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Nov
11

Dianne Noble tells us about India and her new release: A Hundred Hands.

I am delighted to welcome author and fellow ‘Belmont Belle’ Dianne Noble, to my blog today as one of the stops on her current tour promoting her book: ‘A Hundred Hands’ and to tell us of some of her experiences in India. Take it away Dianne :   India is an assault on the senses. My shirt sticks to my back as I edge round a goat, swatting at flies, coughing as the smoke from...
Oct
4

Author Julia Ibbotson talks about her writing career and her upcoming releases

Hi folks, today I’m absolutely delighted to welcome Julia Ibbotson, fellow member of the Leicester chapter of the Romantic Novelists’ association, the Belmont Belles, over to my blog.   Julia has kindly agreed to answer some of my burning questions about her rather varied writing career so far and it’s a great thrill to have her here today. So here goes:   Hi Julia, can I start...
Aug
22

‘Hope’. And another item from the cabinet of curiosities.

The cabinet of curiosities now has a new arrival: it was made by my late friend Pete Heywood, and given to me. Pete was the designer of a rather large tortoise called Hope, (and even larger Dragons!). But it was Hope I worked with him on and I will talk more about her later. A week or so ago I was lucky enough to be given a tour of Liverpool with my pal Tony Higginson of BeyondMediaBooks. I’d...
Jul
23

Debut Author Lynda Stacey joins me to tell all about her ‘ House of Secrets’.

Today I’m absolutely delighted to welcome fellow Yorkshire based writer Lynda Stacey to my blog; her debut novel ‘House of Secrets’ has been released this week. Hi Lynda and thanks for popping over to answer a few questions about your new book and writing in general. First of all let me say that I’ve read ‘House of Secrets’ and it really is a scorcher. It is set against...
May
23

‘Finding My Highlander’ by Aleigha Siron – and the joy of writing romance

Today I’m really thrilled to be able to welcome and host  author Aleigha Siron, as part of her blog tour for ‘Finding My Highlander’, a novel that sounds right up my street. Aleigha has kindly written a piece about why she writes romance novels and I hope that you will enjoy it as much as I have. Many thanks Aleigha, and over to you: Hello Violet Fields, I’ve greatly enjoyed the...

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