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  • Calamity in Camberwell, cozy crime whodunit
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    Calamity in Camberwell

    I can’t quite believe it, but Calamity in Camberwell, my third cozy crime whodunit, is published today.  I’ve loved writing this story, though I found the subject matter very sad. As you’ll see (I…

    August 13, 2018
  • Menengai Crater, Jane Bwye
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    Meet the Author – Jane Bwye

    It’s a great pleasure to introduce author Jane Bwye to my blog today. Jane’s first novel, Breath of Africa, was nominated for the Guardian First Book Award, 2013, and draws on her experiences growing…

    August 3, 2018
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    Loving Love Island

    There have been many harsh words said about Love Island, and it’s true that if you’re looking for scorching intellectualism, this is most certainly not the place to find it. If, on the other…

    July 23, 2018
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    Cadbury’s to the Rescue

    Sponsored post Some anxious moments during the recent snowfall as both Child 1 and Child 2 found it very hard to get to uni lectures, though surprisingly parties, clubbing and the odd drinkie in…

    March 15, 2018
  • Blog Reviews

    Between the Lines

    Went to the Gursky exhibition at the reopened Hayward Gallery last weekend, with a very interesting lecture beforehand. I blush to admit I knew virtually nothing about the German photographer before going along, even…

    March 6, 2018
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    Meet the Author – Sue Roebuck

    Today I’m introducing my lovely friend and author Sue Roebuck to you all. I’m dying for Sue’s new book, Forest Dancer, to come out, as I’ve fallen totally in love with the cover. From…

    February 1, 2018