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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!

Death in Provence by Serena Kent

  • Submitted: 20th August 2018

Provence Provence.. Serena Kent is the nom de plume of Deborah Lawrenson and her husband Robert Rees. “Serena” is all that remains of a Rees-Lawrenson…

Readers go like lambs to the Slaughter

  • Submitted: 19th August 2018

Honoured is not the word. When Ms Slaughter answers your questions and pops into BookTrail Towers, you put down the red carpet (blood red of…

Reading and writing on location with Janie Millman

  • Submitted: 16th August 2018

How does an author create the write atmosphere to write a novel and how does she manage to transport herself to Marrakech whilst living in…

Books set in a Travel Agency with Helen Bridgett

  • Submitted: 15th August 2018

If a writer loves to explore destinations and people going on all kinds of journeys then what better place to set your book than in…

Cruising around with Maddie Please

  • Submitted: 13th August 2018

There's something very special about a book set on a ship. You have the characters all in one place, floating in what is essentially a…

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