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My Latest Book – Launch Date Coming Soon…

Next week I’ll be announcing the launch date for my latest book, Publication Guaranteed (well, almost!). Here’s an extract from the beginning of the chapter on writing competitions: Is it a dream of yours to win a writing competition? To … Continue reading

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My Latest Book – Cover Reveal

Last week, I revealed the blurb for my first book in the A helping Hand for Writers series – Publication Guaranteed (Well, Almost!) Now it’s time to reveal the cover, designed by my very talented daughter, Charlotte Newton: Launch date … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Defence – Steve Cavanagh

When I read Steve Cavanagh’s gripping thriller Thirteen, I was blown away. You’ll find my review here. It’s the fourth book in the Eddie Flynn series and so I was keen to go back and read the others. The Defence … Continue reading

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My Latest Book – Blurb Reveal…

Last week, I brought you news about the title of my first book in the A Helping Hand for Writers series – Publication Guaranteed (Well, Almost!) Want to know more? Here’s the blurb: Fed up with rejection after rejection? Not … Continue reading

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My Latest Book – Title Reveal…

A short while ago, I mentioned that I was working on a non-fiction book on writing and that I’d bring you more details soon. It’s the first book in my A Helping Hand For Writers series. I’m pleased to share … Continue reading

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Book Review: Betray Her @CazEngland

I’d heard many a good thing about Caroline England’s books, but I’d never read one. After meeting her at a recent author meet-up, and talking to her about her books, I knew I simply had to get stuck into one. … Continue reading

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Book Review: Then She Was Gone @lisajewelluk

I’ve read several Lisa Jewell books and I’ve never been disappointed. From the delightful, heart-warming 31 Dream Street, to the more chilling and sinister I Found You, I’ve been instantly hooked. Would Then She was Gone be any different? The … Continue reading

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