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My April Reads

Two independently published novels and a substantial work of non-fiction. Here’s what I read last month… The Empty Vessel by Vaughan Mason What drew you to it? This book, written under a pseudonym, was a complete departure for crime writer JJ Marsh, whose Beatrice Stubbs series I have greatly enjoyed. Genre/Themes: Post-war era, Capital punishment,…
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Virtual Book Club: Liza Perrat introduces The Swooping Magpie

For my first post of 2019, I’m delighted to welcome Liza Perrat back to Virtual Book Club, my interview series that gives authors the opportunity to pitch their novels to your book club.  Liza grew up in Australia, working as a general nurse and midwife. She has now been living in France for over twenty…
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A very special offer: Free Reads for Smart Women

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. A very special promotion called Free Reads for Smart Women is taking place this weekend (24th – 28th February). This will give you the opportunity to snap up twelve FREE books by twelve brilliant women. But ignore the dates on the flyer. You can get…
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Triskele Books launch their brand new boxset

Recently I have collaborated with six other authors to produce a seven-novel limited edition boxset, Outside the Box: Women Writing Women. Two months into the three months of its availability, I was keen to catch up with Triskele Books and compare notes about their new release, A Time & A Place Boxset: Boxset from Triskele Books….
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Author Interview: Liza Perrat

Today, I’m delighted to welcome author Liza Perrat to my blog. Liza grew up in Wollongong, Australia, where she worked as a general nurse and midwife for fifteen years. She has now been living in rural France for over twenty years, where she works part-time as a French-English medical translator, and as a novelist. Since…
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Blog Takeover: Triskele Books

As a writer, I spend much of my time alone, my main contact with other folk being via social media. Keen to explore whether there is an alternative, I’m delighted to welcome Triskele Books to my blog. Triskele Books is a writers’ collective of five, plus a hand-picked selection of associates, which was established in December 2011. They have published fourteen…
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