What’s so special about the Town on the Ley Lines? Glastonbury. A word which conjures up the most iconic of images: a mammoth music festival frequented by celebrities in their version of ‘tents’, the goddess-like Tor guarding the ancient isle of Avalon, crystals and incense, faeries and steampunk top hats, mud and wellies… Why then… Continue reading The 5 Best Things about Glastonbury
Who talks all things Writing… and of course, Cake! Welcome, Sue Barnard! Please tell us a little about your latest book. My most recent release is a time-slip romance novella called Never on Saturday, and it’s based on an old French legend. What inspired you to write it? I first came across the legend when… Continue reading Meet the Author: Sue Barnard
Why do we refer to one another as Dessert? Joanne Harris, one of my favourite authors – despite the fact that her public rants about this, that and the price of fish, go so far against the grain of my Law of Attraction beliefs that they are sometimes impossible to read – has another bee… Continue reading Pass Me the Sugar, Sweetie!
…Who Spills the Moonbeams about her recently published Novel, “Moonshine”. – Welcome, Deirdre! Please tell us a little about your latest book. Moonshine was published on 7th April by Crooked Cat. It’s set in 1969 and is the sequel to Dirty Weekend, although it also works as a stand-alone. In Dirty Weekend, the young South… Continue reading Meet the Author: Deirdre Palmer
The Namesake of my Novel has an interesting History! With a book called, ‘Oh What A Pavlova!’ and an author blog to boot, naturally I just had to write a post about this delicious and somewhat unique dessert. It’s hugely popular in Australia and New Zealand, but did you know how it came to get… Continue reading The Past of the Pavlova
… gives a fascinating Interview about his Crime Fiction and why he loves to get inside the Head of a Psychopath! – Welcome, Eli Carros! Please tell us a little about your debut novel, “The Watcher”. Hi Isabella, thank you for inviting me to your lovely blog. Mind if I sit down and have a… Continue reading Meet The Author: Eli Carros…
So, I’m 76,000 words into my second novel and, once again, music has wormed its merry way back into my characters’ lives. But how can it not? It has certainly provided the backdrop to many a scene in ‘Oh What A Pavlova!’, which releases in (eek) September/October – in fact editing has now officially begun…… Continue reading Music brings Characters to Life!