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Sophie Hedley
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Q&A with Andrew Harris, author of A Litany of Good Intentions
Published by Faithful Hound on October 12, 2017 Can you tell us one thing we would be surprised to learn about you? I failed English Literature at school as books sadly weren’t part of my childhood. I grew up in a family where literature was less important ...
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Guest Post | Angus Donald on religion and realpolitik in the reign of Charles II
Published by Zaffre on October 5, 2017 Religion and realpolitik in the reign of Charles II by Angus Donald  I went to an old friend’s wedding last weekend. I wore a nice suit, prayed a little bit, received Communion, and belted out Jerusalem at the end. It ...
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Review | Race to the Kill by Helen Cadbury
Published by Allison & Busby on September 21, 2017 Race to the Kill is the third, and now sadly final, book in Helen Cadbury’s Sean Denton series. I’ve got copies of both the earlier books, To Catch a Rabbit and Bones in the Nest, but haven’t got around to ...
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Review | Dan Knew by F J Curlew
Published on June 5, 2017 Dan Knew is the story of a dog and his family which is based off the real-life experiences of the author. The dog in this book, as well as the way he comes into his new family’s lives, is real, and as Dan Knew is narrated by Dan hi...
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Review | Miss Seeton Quilts the Village by Hamilton Crane
Published by Farrago on September 7, 2017 "When it's Miss Seeton," said young Mrs. Newport, "you never can tell what might happen next!" Miss Seeton Quilts the Village is the first new addition to the series in over twenty years. It is not a series that I’v...
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Review | Miss Seeton Quits the Village by Hamilton Crane
Published by Farrago on September 7, 2017 "When it's Miss Seeton," said young Mrs. Newport, "you never can tell what might happen next!" Miss Seeton Quits the Village is the first new addition to the series in over twenty years. It is not a series that I’ve...
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Guest Post | Daniela Sacerdoti on her writing inspiration
Published by Headline on September 7, 2017 Daniela's Writing Inspirations  Have you ever heard that saying, the one about us being dwarves on the shoulders of giants? I think it’s so true. I believe my imaginative world and my writing skills are built of ma...
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Guest Post | Jo Thomas shares her top five writing tips
Published by Headline on August 24, 2017 Jo’s top 5 writing tips 1. Write! Write anything, because something can always be made better. 2. You don’t necessarily have to write about what you know. Write about what interests you. Put yourself in your heroine’...
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Exclusive Short Story by Sonya Lalli, author of The Arrangement
Published by Orion on August 10, 2017 In The Arrangement , thirty-year-old, fun-living Serena is on the sidelines. She shares a mutual friend with the novel’s heroine Raina, and for a while dates one of Raina’s relatives. Even though Serena’s story doesn’t ...
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Review | The House by Simon Lelic
Published by Penguin on August 17, 2017 The House by Simon Lelic is creepy and suspenseful. I was drawn to the book by its spookily inviting cover and the way the book begins gave off the same vibes to me – that you were welcome inside, if you dare. There a...
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