Quartet Books is publishing all six of award-winning author Sally Emerson’s novels as Rediscovered Classics in a newly designed series for 2017 (Sally Emerson was my guest in March when Fire Child was released). Today, Sally Emerson is in my hot seat chatting about Separation,…

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Flirting … we’ve all done it!  But when you’re in an intimate relationship, where is the boundary?  Does all flirting cross that boundary?  When does it become emotional infidelity? My guest today, author Linda MacDonald, has a degree in psychology and an interest in the…

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Welcome back to Stationery Love – the series where people share their love of all things stationery with us. Jennifer Wilson spills the beans on her Stationery Love addiction and I just know you’re going to be nodding along (which is, of course, what I…

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Pseudotooth is Verity Holloway’s debut novel.  As I’ve come to expect from publishers Unsung Stories, Pseudotooth is a unique read! and one I have no hesitation in recommending for those who enjoy sci-fi/fantasy/dystopian novels.   Pseudotooth is an adult take on ‘portal fantasy’, boldly tackling…

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I’m delighted to be welcoming Corey Recko to my hot seat today.  Death of a Kootch Show Girl is Corey’s first fictional book. Corey Recko’s first book, Murder on the White Sands: The Disappearance of Albert and Henry Fountain, won the Wild West History Association’s…

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Browsing the bookshelves in WHSmith I picked up WeightWatchers Simply Enjoy from the bargain shelf (£3!).  Flicking through the pages, there was actually quite a lot I liked.  I’m not following a plan (although I am considering it!) so even though the points system is…

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I loved Jen Willliams’ The Copper Cat trilogy and didn’t think it was possible she could write anything else that would knock the trilogy off my top fantasy reads … but she has!  The Ninth Rain (the first in the Winnowing Flame trilogy) is a…

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I’m delighted to be welcoming Michael J Sahno today who is chatting to us about his third novel, crime thriller Miles of Files. Find out his inspiration, the scene he enjoyed writing most (and the hardest!) and more. Michael J. Sahno began writing stories at an…

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I enjoy reading historical romantic fiction.  It’s the perfect escape being ‘lost’ in the time the story is set with society’s expectations, the customs and culture as well as the interplay of characters.  Real historical events and characters inspired The Silk Weaver and with Liz…

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