Monthly Archives: May 2015

Author Interview – Jane Isaac

I am delighted to welcome Jane Isaac to the blog for this week’s author interview. I first met Jane last year at a local library event she was doing with Glyn Timmins, and, believe it or not, she only lives 3 … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Caroline Mitchell

It’s Friday, so I’m delighted to welcome another author to the blog. This week, it’s Caroline Mitchell. Caroline lives with her husband, four children and two dogs in a pretty village on the coast of Essex. Born in Ireland, she … Continue reading

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A day at CrimeFest 2015

On Saturday 16th May, Jane Isaac and I set off early really early  to spend the day in Bristol at CrimeFest 2015. This was my first time. And it was great! Traffic was light, so the 140 miles or so … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Graham Smith

I’ve decided to diversify the blog (slightly) to include author interviews. These will likely take place each Friday, but perhaps on other days too. In the words of Sheldon Cooper, what’s life without whimsy? So I’m delighted to welcome Graham … Continue reading

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Just read… Hidden by Emma Kavanagh

I have a confession to make. I’ve had Hidden on my Kindle for quite a few weeks, and due to being ill with the flu for about three of those weeks, plus a load of other (medical) dramas that regularly … Continue reading

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