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This is fantastic. Many thanks to creative genius Melanie Smith for producing this video 🙂

Saving Grace Pre-Order

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Based on a true story and available from today, Saving Grace, “the courtroom drama of the year.” Saving Grace will be published as an eBook, paperback and audio book in English, Spanish, Italian and Portuguese with more languages to follow. The book will be backed by a major promotional campaign…

St Davids Day, a Book launch and a Party

St Davids Day, a Book launch and a Party

#BookReviews ‘The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen’ by Lindsay Ashford (@LindsayAshfordA). Faction and death in the Austen Family

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen by Lindsay Ashford Title:  The Mysterious Death of Miss Austen Author:   Lindsay Ashford ISBN13:  978-0753190227 ASIN:  B007BTHCIQ Published:  October 2011 Pages:  336 Genre:  Historical fiction. Mystery, thriller and suspense Description: When Jane Austen dies at the age of just 41, Anne, governess to her brother, Edward Austen,…

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Silver Rain by @JanRuthAuthor @AccentPress #bookreview

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team review comes from Liz, she blogs at http://lizannelloyd.wordpress.com/ Liz chose to read Silver Rain by Jan Ruth Silver Rain by Jan Ruth ? I knew on opening Silver Rain that I would be engaged by a complex family drama set in the beautiful countryside of North Wales but…

Today #guestauthor @barrow_judith. Local history, stories with heart and memories of times past but not gone.

Originally posted on Just Olga:
Hi all: As you know, on Friday’s I bring you guest authors. Recently I’ve also been trying to bring to my blog authors and bloggers I know and exchange comments with often, but I’ve come to realise they’ve never made it as guests to my blog yet. Today it’s Judith…

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Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Cathy reviews White Horizon by Jan Ruth

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Today’s team book review is from Cathy, she blogs at http://betweenthelinesbookblog.wordpress.com Cathy chose to read and review White Horizon by Jan Ruth Daniel and Tina decide to cement their on-off relationship of twenty-five years with a marriage ceremony in the town they grew up in, near Snowdonia in North Wales.…

Midnight Sky by Jan Ruth

Originally posted on Rosie Amber:
Midnight Sky by Jan Ruth My rating: 5 of 5 stars Midnight Sky has a lovely rural setting in North Wales near Snowdonia, with a smaller minor setting in Chester. Laura Brown lives with her partner Simon and together they run Dragon Designs. They are property developers. Laura’s sister Maggie…

“My Barsethshire Diary” by Lord David Prosser

Originally posted on writerchristophfischer:
Today I have the honour to introduce David Prosser and his very entertaining “Batsetshire Diaries”, including an interview with his Lordship himself.  “My Barsetshire Diary (The Barsetshire Diaries Book 1)” by Lord David Prosser is a wonderful excursion into the (fictitious) world of Lord David and Lady Julia live a modern…

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