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‘Counting the Ways’ back in the picture!

Sometimes, it's only the most recent book that seems to get attention so it was lovely just now to see a brand new review for ...
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March News

Two dates already booked for March! First of all, the independent book shop, Brook's in Pinner is holding a Local Writers' Event on Thursday March ...
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DATE AT UXBRIDGE LIBRARY!

To keep in with the spirit of the month that provides us with Valentine's Day, Hillingdon libraries is presenting an event at Uxbridge library called ...
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SPOTTED IN PINNER!

THE LEGACY OF MR JARVIS is on the shelves of independent bookshop, BrOOK'S in Pinner - in fact, two copies are displayed! Pinner is where ...
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Another Audio Blog – Enjoy!

Going to Chesham to record Chiltern Voice with Antonia Honeywell brought back many memories – because Chesham was where I began my teaching career. My ...
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An Audio Blog – Enjoy!

Last November, in that curious prelapsarian world where face masks had connotations of criminality and the failure to shake hands or embrace on greeting was ...
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Those Excellent Women Writers …

It was at the wonderful bookshop in London's  Lambs' Conduit Street - PERSEPHONE BOOKS - where I found Noel Streatfeild's  novel SAPLINGS and discovered that the ...
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SUMMER FICTION

I am obsessed with weather. Both in reality and in fiction - and, in truth, in my writing. I think there must be something of ...
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FATHERS IN LITERATURE

On Fathers' day considering  how fathers are represented in some of our most well-known classic novels is  irresistible. And the interesting thing is that so ...
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And Now for the Non-Fiction …

This really is cheating the Desert Island Discs system. Not only have I swapped music for books, now I am insisting on 8 non-fiction as ...
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