Five Facts About Aurelia Miele

Many thanks to Angela Barton who passed the “five facts” baton to me. What’s this? Well, writers are sharing five facts about a character from their work in progress. These aren’t necessarily facts you’d learn from the book but may form...
Ailsa Abraham tells us about her new novel ALCHEMY

Ailsa Abraham tells us about her new novel ALCHEMY

As part of the celebrations for the launch of her new novel Alchemy, it is my great pleasure to welcome Ailsa Abraham to my blog today. Hi, Annette. Thank you so much for giving me this opportunity to strut my stuff about my latest release. It’s very kind. Here...

Today, I’d like to welcome Nancy Jardine to my blog. Nancy is celebrating the launch of her new book, After Whorl: Bran Reborn.  Below she shares with us what her new book is about and where you might be able to purchase a copy. Ravaged by war …AD 71. After the...
Inferno by Dan Brown

Inferno by Dan Brown

Dan Brown gets an awful lot of stick, doesn’t he? After The Lost Symbol, I was one of the grumblers, complaining that he couldn’t write for toffee and that he wasted no opportunity to show us how clever he was and how much research he did. I vowed never to read...
No Such Thing As A Free Book

No Such Thing As A Free Book

I have over a hundred books in my Kindle cloud. Probably more than two hundred. I don’t know the exact number but trust me when I say there are lots. And I’ve paid for only a fraction of these. Before you go getting your knickers in a twist, I came by each and every...
Super Dooper Bestest Ever Blog Post™

Super Dooper Bestest Ever Blog Post™

It doesn’t seem a year since the rubbish poem I wrote to celebrate my 50th birthday, but here we are, March 15th and I’m 51. Fifty-one. Good Gawd Almighty! How did that happen? I know they say time passes quickly when you’re having fun, but I haven’t laughed that...
Interview with Sandra Goroff – Part 1

Interview with Sandra Goroff – Part 1

In the first of an occasional series of Q & A from Boston based international literary and arts publicist Sandra Goroff, here are her thoughts on how publishing has changed since she entered the profession. When I first arrived at Boston based Houghton Mifflin...
Reading a Book: it’s a journey, innit?

Reading a Book: it’s a journey, innit?

Are you a corner folder, an enveloper or a proper bookmarker? I want to know how you keep your place when you are reading. For years and years I would place whatever I had to hand between the most recently read pages of my book, reluctant to do anything to damage it....
Arthur Miller’s Turning In His Grave

Arthur Miller’s Turning In His Grave

[tweetmeme source=”nettiewriter” http://www.URL.com] Another Tuesday, another tesco day with mum. Mum: Are you getting anything in Tesco today? Me: Yes, a few things. I need tea, bread, rolls…and if Claire had her way I’d be bringing home a...

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