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Cuppa & Cake

As much fun travelling via fiction is, sometimes all you need is to sit back and take the time to enjoy a drink, a piece of cake and chat with the people on the journey with you. Authors act as travel guides of a sort and so we love to chat to them to talk about their setting, characters and inspiration.

So sit back, relax and enjoy with a cuppa and a cake of course!

#Authorsonlocation : Rachel Rhys goes sailing

  • Submitted: 28th March 2017

Today Rachel Rhys aka Tammy Cohen sails away on a cruise.... Have you read A Dangerous Crossing - You're in for a treat. A cruise…

#Authorsonlocation – Liz Fenwick’s Cornwall

  • Submitted: 23rd March 2017

Liz Fenwick is known for her romantic novels set in Cornwall....but this novel is her most personal one yet...the story which resonates with family memories,…

#AuthorsonLocation – Polly Clark on WH Auden’s Helensburgh

  • Submitted: 22nd March 2017

Larchfield  and WH Auden's Helensburgh The fictional story of WH Auden and his life which unfolded in the small scottish town of Helensburgh - Dora Fielding, a young…

#Authorsonlocation: Katherine Stansfield on Victorian Cornwall

  • Submitted: 20th March 2017

Falling Creatures: A brutal murder rocks Victorian Cornwall...... Cornwall, 1844. On a lonely moorland farm not far from Jamaica Inn,a farmhand finds love in the arms of…

#Authorsonlocation: Into the Norwegian woods with Thomas Enger

  • Submitted: 13th March 2017

The lovely Thomas Enger strolls into the BookTrail Departure Lounge today... Hi Thomas. Sooo pleased having you on the Booktrail today. A Norwegian Literary King…

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The Silent Fountain

1970s, 2016 : One gothic mansion, two women, three decades of secrets binding them together

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