I'm delighted to welcome my lovely friend and editor, Sue Barnard to my Thursday Themes blog today. Sue's new book, Finding Nina is out on Monday, and I can't wait to read it. One of the main threads running throughout Finding Nina is the theme of illegitimacy. The eponymous Nina’s whole life takes a particular… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Sue Barnard
Another Woman’s Child, the sequel to my debut Novel Another Woman’s Man, is a lighthearted read, but it does cover some dark themes in its pages.
I am getting excited. My proof copy of The Refuge is sitting on my bookshelf; paperbacks are on order; local paper has been contacted and online launch has been scheduled.You can join me for the launch here: https://www.facebook.com/events/285367762348934/ The other thrilling bit of news is that if you prefer to hold an actual book, the… Continue reading The Refuge – countdown to launch – 10 days to go
I'm so lucky today - a double helping of Thursday Themes (like double chocolate pudding but without the calories!). It's my great pleasure to welcome back Kate Braithwaite to my blog, to discuss the themes of her latest novel. Over to you, Kate... For those who have never come across her before, Nellie Bly… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Kate Braithwaite
I'm delighted to welcome Miriam Drori back to my blog today to discuss the themes of her exciting new novel, brilliantly titled 'Cultivating a Fuji'. Thank you, Jo. I’m delighted to be able to bring the themes of my brand-new novel, Cultivating a Fuji, to your esteemed blog. The main theme of the novel is… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Miriam Drori
I'm thrilled to welcome Katharine Johnson to my Thursday Themes blog today, ahead of the release of her new novel, The Suspects, tomorrow. I was hugely privileged to be allowed to beta-read The Suspects, and even before it reached its final form, it was a brilliant read. I can't wait to read the final version.… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Katharine Johnson