We talk Venice, ‘European Style Detachment’ and Carrot Cake… Welcome, Kristin Anderson! Please tell us a little about your latest book, “The Things We Said in Venice.” The Things We Said in Venice is a fast-paced travel romance of a contemporary nature. It has quite a bit of humor and has been described as both… Continue reading Meet the Author: Kristin Anderson
As we talk Crime, Cardiff and Chocolate Olive Oil Cake… Welcome Graham H. Miller! Tell me a bit about your latest book: It’s a crime novel introducing Jonah Greene, a detective who feels his career has reached a dead-end. Following time off for stress he’s pushed sideways to work for the coroner. His first case… Continue reading Meet the Author: Graham H. Miller
We Talk Mystery, Scotland, ‘School Caramel Cake’ – and more! Welcome, Nancy Jardine! Please tell us a little about your book, Topaz Eyes. Topaz Eyes has been called a treasure hunt, a deadly mystery set in fabulous world wide cities, and more that one reviewer has said it made them want to immediately book a… Continue reading Meet The Author: Nancy Jardine
One of Italy’s most underrated Cities EVER! Oh, how the heart pines for Bologna when you have not visited in a while. It’s a destination like no other. Striking architecture, fascinating culture, food to die for, ice cold blood orange and Campari in Piazza Maggiore, boutique and delicatessen style shopping on Via Indipendenza… I could… Continue reading The 5 Best Things about Bologna
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!