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Thursday Themes – Ashley Meggitt

It's my great pleasure today to welcome Ashley Meggitt to my blog to discuss the themes of his new novel, The Dark Chorus. Ashley also addresses the fascinating subject of themes in general...   Jo’s blog is prompting the question of themes and when I sat down to write this piece it occurred to me… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Ashley Meggitt

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Thursday Themes – Val Penny

I'm delighted to welcome back the lovely Val Penny to kick off a new series of Thursday Themes. Val is here today to talk about the themes of her latest novel, Hunter's Blood. Hunter’s Blood Themes Thank you so much for having me to visit your blog today, Jo. I really appreciate the opportunity to… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Val Penny

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Thursday Themes – Lorraine Mace

Today I'm thrilled to welcome Lorraine Mace to my Thursday Themes blog. Lorraine is joining me to discuss the dark, relevant and fascinating themes of her latest book, Children in Chains. Today is the release of the audio book; it's already out on kindle and in paperback. Over to you, Lorraine...   Children in Chains,… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Lorraine Mace

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Thursday Themes – Megan Mayfair

After an extended break, I'm delighted to start the new season of Thursday Themes blogs by welcoming back lovely and talented Megan Mayfair. Megan's latest book, A Spoonful of Sugar is out this week, and having had a sneak preview, I can highly recommend this brilliant novel. Over to Megan to tell you about the… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Megan Mayfair

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Thursday Themes – Susan Handley

Today. it's my great pleasure to welcome Susan Handley to my Thursday Themes blog. Thank you so much for inviting me to talk about the theme to my latest novel, Feather and Claw. The story is set on the sunny shores of Cyprus, where Cat McKenzie is holidaying with a friend. Back in the UK,… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Susan Handley

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Thursday Themes – Olga Swan

Today it's my great pleasure to welcome Olga Swan to my blog, with her timely release of An Englishwoman in America. I can't wait to read this. Many thanks Jo for inviting me onto your wonderful blog.  As I write this, the American president is in London for a state visit, so this is the… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Olga Swan

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Thursday Themes – Sue Barnard

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

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Thursday Themes – Cathie Dunn

I'm delighted to welcome Cathie Dunn to my blog today. Cathie's fabulous historical romances are amongst my favourite books, so I'm looking forward to hearing more about the themes of her latest novel... Thank you for hosting me today, Jo. I’m delighted to be featured on your blog, and in such great company! So, keeping… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Cathie Dunn

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Thursday Themes – JV Baptie

It's a great pleasure to be able to welcome JV Baptie back to my blog today, to discuss the themes of her latest novel The Departed... I tend to not write my stories with initial themes in mind, but I’d say on reflection there are a few main themes running through ‘The Departed’. I was… Continue reading Thursday Themes – JV Baptie

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Thursday Themes – Joan Livingston

I'm very excited today to welcome Joan Livingston to my blog. Joan is the talented author of the Isabel Long detective series, and her third book, Checking The Traps is out tomorrow. Over to you, Joan... Theme in Checking the Traps: Perseverance By Joan Livingston   Hi, Jo. Thank you for this opportunity to appear… Continue reading Thursday Themes – Joan Livingston