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Fortune Kookie cover

And here’s the paperback cover for ‘Fortune Kookie’. I love these covers! They have so much energy and feature images that fit with the books; the left-handed and prejudice themes for ‘Left Out’ and the paranormal/star signs for ‘Fortune Kookie’. I think Jessica Bell has done a fantastic job on the covers AND on the…
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Looking for Normal Teen Books

‘Left Out’ is a completely new edition of the book published by y Lolfa as ‘On The Other Hand’ and the new edition has real WOW factor! ‘Fortune Kookie’ Book 2 of the series, was published as an ebook (Crystal Balls) but I’ve had my cover designer Jessica Bell create an interior that makes the…
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The Book Magnet reviews ‘No Bed of Roses’

When a blogger and Troubadours fan wanted to review my modern fiction, I was very nervous – I know that readers who like one of my (many) genres don’t always like the others. So happy and relieved to get a thumbs-up for No Bed of Roses from Michelle Ryles​ of The Book Magnet. I now…
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Benedictines and Bubbly

A week in the wilds of Languedoc-Roussillon was a wonderful family holiday but I did indulge in one visit to the 12th century. the Abbey of Saint-Hilaire is a historian’s dream and I couldn’t resist blogging about it here Sherlock and the Man has plenty of attention the rest of the week!

Historical Novel Society Conference, Oxford

I leave France on Thursday for a long weekend among ‘the dreaming spires’ and the chance to meet up with other historical novelists at the annual conference of The Historical Novel Society. My usual literary experience is the Hay on Wye Festival, which is more of a tents, mud and wellies affair 🙂 but I’m…
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