Monthly Archives: June 2015

Writing in France … Vanessa Couchman

Originally posted on thewriteromantics:
Today we welcome Vanessa Couchman to the blog to talk writing and living in France … Welcome Vanessa! You’ve run a writing business since 1997. Could you tell us a bit about that? It started when…

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Filey: A Fine Seaside Experience

From today, The Filey Connection is part of the Crooked Cat promotion week, along with Catriona King’s A Limited Justice and Spanish Eye by Nik Morton. The Filey Connection is the book which introduced us to Joe Murray, Sheila Riley, … Continue reading

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…Authors… the tricky thing about ‘requested’ reviews… they don’t have to be tricky…

Originally posted on Seumas Gallacher:
…a common feature of life when this ol’ Jurassic was growing up in Docklands Govan in Glasgow was a scarcity of money… most of the families who lived in our street experienced the same thing,…

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Location, Location, Location: the Importance of Setting in Fiction

Originally posted on Vanessa Couchman:
The Old Town in Ajaccio, Corsica Location, Location, Location: the Importance of Setting in Fiction Novels are clearly about people and their stories. But I have always been a great believer in the importance of…

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Currently on Crooked Cat Books – three fabulous summer #reads!

This week we show you three wonderful reads full of romance, mystery and adventure over on Crooked Cat Books – perfect for the summer! Discover what Nice Girls Don’t in Sue Barnard’s romantic mystery; find out what The Friendship Tree by … Continue reading

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