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Sue Barnard
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Novelist, poet, editor, RNA member, lady of letters
Novelist, poet, editor, RNA member, lady of letters

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What happened to Heathcliff?

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Thank you for hosting me, Sue! xx

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ON HALLOWED GROUND - a guest post by Jennifer C Wilson
A warm welcome back to the fabulous Jennifer C Wilson, whose latest novel Kindred Spirits: Westminster Abbey is released today. In the Kindred Spirits series, we meet the ghosts of
historical characters, in a range of contemporary settings. Have you ever
wo...
ON HALLOWED GROUND - a guest post by Jennifer C Wilson
ON HALLOWED GROUND - a guest post by Jennifer C Wilson
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NAH, IT DIDN'T HAPPEN - a guest post by Joan Livingston
Today my guest is the lovely Joan Livingston, whose mystery novel Chasing the Chase has just been published.  The book is the first in a series featuring the amateur sleuth Isabel Long. Welcome, Joan! It’s the
question I invariably get about my fiction: How...
NAH, IT DIDN'T HAPPEN - a guest post by Joan Livingston
NAH, IT DIDN'T HAPPEN - a guest post by Joan Livingston
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GAINING INSPIRATION FROM REAL LIFE - a guest post by Vanessa Couchman
Today I have a very special guest on my blog - the fabulous and multi-talented Vanessa Couchman.  I've had the pleasure and privilege of working with Vanessa as editor of both her novels ( The House at Zaronza and The Corsican Widow ) - both of which I can ...

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THE RED DIE - an interview with Alex Macbeth
Today I have a very special guest - the fabulous Alex Macbeth, whose new novel THE RED DIE was published by Crooked Cat Books last month.   Welcome, Alex! What
prompted you to first start writing? What was the first thing you wrote? I have to
acknowledge th...
THE RED DIE - an interview with Alex Macbeth
THE RED DIE - an interview with Alex Macbeth
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NAPALM HEARTS - an interview with Seamus Heffernan
Today I have a very special guest on my blog - fellow Crooked Cat author Seamus Heffernan, whose amazing novel NAPALM HEARTS was published yesterday. Welcome, Seamus!  What prompted you to
first start writing? What was the first thing you wrote? I have a cl...
NAPALM HEARTS - an interview with Seamus Heffernan
NAPALM HEARTS - an interview with Seamus Heffernan
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SEEKING THE TRUTH - a guest post by Heidi Catherine
My blog guest today is my dear friend and fellow-author, the fabulous Heidi Catherine, whose latest book The Truthseeker was released last week.  The Truthseeker is the long-awaited sequel to Heidi's amazing debut novel The Soulweaver (about which more here...
SEEKING THE TRUTH - a guest post by Heidi Catherine
SEEKING THE TRUTH - a guest post by Heidi Catherine
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A MERRY DANCE - an interview with Sue Roebuck
My guest today is my friend and fellow-author Sue Roebuck.  I had the pleasure of working with Sue as editor of her forthcoming novel Forest Dancer , which will be released by Crooked Cat Books on 20th February.  If you want to be transported to Portugal wi...
A MERRY DANCE - an interview with Sue Roebuck
A MERRY DANCE - an interview with Sue Roebuck
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30.1.18 THE COMPLICATED HISTORY OF THE COCKTAIL - a guest post by Isabella May
My blog guest today is the fabulous Isabella May, who is here to talk about her brand new novel, The Cocktail Bar - and a little of the history behind it. Welcome, Isabella! Thank you
very much, Sue for inviting me to appear on your blog today.  I had alway...
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