Monthly Archives: June, 2018

My Writing and Me by guest author Caroline England

I am delighted that Caroline England, author of the exciting new novel, My Husband’s Lies, has made time to share her journey to becoming a novellist on my blog today. Welcome, Caroline and best of luck with My Husband’s Lies out now. Why do people write? People write for a whole manner of reasons. For some, …

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He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly

I had been avoiding the novel HeSaid/SheSaid by Erin Kelly because I had heard it was about rape and I thought that subject matter would not suit me. How silly I am! I should know by now that when Erin Kelly approaches any topic, she will involve twists and turns that thrill and fascinate in …

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Kindred Spirits: Westminster Abbey by guest author Jennifer C. Wilson

I am thrilled that my friend and fellow author, Jennifer C. Wilson has made time to visit my blog today. I know this is a particularly busy time for Jennifer because the third novel in her highly successful Kindred Spirits series launched at the end of last week. I have thoroughly enjoyed the earlier books …

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The Secret Language of Women by Nina Romano

Have you ever come across a book that delights you? I had never read any novels by Nina Romano previously, but The Secret Language of Women was recommended to me by so many people, that I decided it would be churlish to ignore this book. I am so glad I picked it up. The Secret …

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If You’d Told Me I was Going to be a Writer by guest author by Miriam Drori

Today I am delighted that my friend and fellow author, Miriam Drori has made time to join me and tell me about her lifelong writing journey. Thank you for sharing your experience, Miriam. If you’d told me, when I was ten, that I was going to be a writer, I’d have laughed. That was when, …

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Pressure by Betsy Reavley

The new novel Pressure by Betsy Reavley was recommended to me recently, so I was pleased to make time to read this novel. The title is used to great advantage and the different meanings of the word pressure are itemised at the beginning of the book. This is a useful beginning. Pressure takes place on …

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Lord of the Flies by William Golding

Amongst the many things I undertake now is to inspire a love of reading and language in young people. For many, particularly teenage boys, this is killed at school. One of the profound novels that is often done to death in the hope of getting a good exam result is Lord of the Flies by …

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