Obsession by Susan Lewis

A fast paced novel centring on Corrie a twenty something much loved daughter of single mother Edwina. Corrie has dreams to leave Ambleside to seek a more exciting life in London but Edwina’s illness is holding her back…..that is until Edwina dies leaving money and a letter which tells Corrie about her father who previously […]

A Hundred Pieces of Me by Lucy Dillon

Is it really possible to get rid of everything but one hundred things????? This is Gina’s story as she embarks on her new life….as she sheds the skin of her marriage to Stuart, she goes through the process of clearing out and in doing so cleanses her spirit and makes room in her tiny new […]

Spilling the beans – Clarissa Dickson Wright

What a rip roaring life Clarissa Dickson Wright enjoyed….perhaps enjoyed is not the right word to use as there were some really deep dark times but none the less her account of those times is as rich as her recipes that she and her cooking partner Jennifer Patterson concocted as they explored the UK on […]

We Other by Sue Bentley

Never have I read anything that screams out film me film me like Sue Bentley‘s We Other – a tale of superb and exquisite fantasy. Sue’s narrative is detailed from the very first page where it took me straight to the forest where I could clearly see Robin Morgan stumbling off the beaten track “Mist wreathed the ground […]

A chat with author Jane Dunning

Thank you to Jane Dunning for agreeing to feature on my blog –  here are a few reading and writing secrets which she shared with me. I asked Who was your favourite childhood author or book and why were they a favourite? ……and wasn’t surprised at all to find yet another Enid Blyton fan! I absolutely loved […]