Monthly Archives: July, 2020

Rough and Deadly by Paula Williams

I have just finished the second in Paula Williams series of novels set in Much Winchmoor, Rough and Deadly. Having said that, the book works perfectly well as a stand-alone. I have read and enjoyed the first book in the series, Murder Served Cold and it was fun to be re-united with Kat Latcham, her …

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Interview with Andrew Marsh

I am pleased to be joined on the blog today by author and fellow Swanwicker, Andrew Marsh. Thank you for joining me today, Andrew. I appreciate your time.  1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? I am 56 and have retired from a career as a geologist and now write novels in a …

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The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton

I was given The Luminaries by someone very dear to me as they were keen to share their favourite book. This was a delightful gesture and I was thrilled to receive such a noted work. I am usually slightly wary of reading prize winning novels, and The Luminaries is a Man Booker prize winner, but …

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An Interview with Patricia M. Osborne

It is a great pleasure to be joined today by my friend and fellow author, Patricia M, Osborne. I first met Patricia at Swanwick Writers’ Summer School and she writes the most gripping and engaging family sagas. It will be most interesting to hear all about her writing. Thank you for inviting me, Val.  1 …

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An Interview with Joy Wood

I am so happy that my friend and fellow author, Joy Wood has stopped by today to discuss her reading, her writing and her books. Over to you Joy. 1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? I have been a nurse for most of my life until my retirement. I’m passionate about the …

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An Interview with Allison Symes

I am thrilled to be joined today by fellow author and Swanwicker, Allison Symes. I first met Allison when she was sitting looking lost on a bench outside a train station in Derby. She is now a published author and regular Prosecco drinker at Swanwick Writer’s Summer School. Thank you for joining me today, Allison. …

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Impervious by A J Hatley

I am thrilled to be taking part in the blog tour for Impervious by AJ Hatley run by the incredible Kelly Lacey of Love Books Group Twitter/Blog Header Tags @authorajhartley @publishinguclan @lovebooksgroup The Blurb Trina Warren didn’t plan on being anyone’s hero. She planned on going to fourth period as normal. But then there was …

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The Circle-A Killings by Sean Heary

I am thrilled to be included in the blog tour for The Circle-A Killings by Sean Heary @Sean_Heary run by the wonderful Kelly Lacey of #LoveBookTours @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours This is such an exciting time for any author, it is lovely to get involved and I am delighted that Sean took time to grant me an interview …

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An Interview with Ritu Bhathal

I am delighted to be joined on the blog today by writer and blogger, Ritu Bhathal. Thank you so much for taking time for an interview with me, Ritu. 1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? Hello, all! My name is Ritu Bhathal, and I am an author, blogger, teacher, wife and mother, …

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