Words leave imprints in your mind like footprints in the sand...
Lake Louise, Canada
Copenhagen, Denmark
Loch Ness, Scotland


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!

Literary Locations of Agatha Christie

  • Submitted: 18th August 2019

Crafty Christie travel locations and Perfect Poirot spots Where to travel to in order to see the world of Poirot and Miss Marple and the…

Talk to the Translator – Rachel Ward – German to English

  • Submitted: 15th August 2019

Translators - word wizards behind the scenes... How does a novel get translated from one language into another? What is the process involved and how…

Confessions of a Literary Traveller – Rosanna Ley

  • Submitted: 11th August 2019

Confessions of a Literary Traveller - Rosanna Ley There's lots to think about when you're a writer. It's not all about writing books, but living…

Travel to The Forgotten Village, Tyneham with Lorna Cook

  • Submitted: 4th August 2019

Travel to the real life village of mystery -Tyneham with Lorna Cook Let's go off on a journey to wartime coastal Dorset.....The Forgotten Village is…

Confessions of a Literary Traveller – Anna Sherman

  • Submitted: 2nd August 2019

CONFESSIONS OF A LITERARY TRAVELER Anna Sherma, author of The Bells of Tokyo has a few confessions to get off her chest. So where better…

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