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Liz Harris – Guest Author

I’m delighted to welcome Liz Harris as my guest today. Liz, tell me all about the history that inspired your new book, The Lost Girl. The Lost Girl is the third historical novel I’ve set in Wyoming Territory, which is what

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Meet My Main Character – Madeleine Moreau

This  post is part of a series started by Debra Brown and passed to me by Deborah Swift who used to work in the theatre as a set and costume designer.She is the author of three novels set in the 17th century, The

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Carol McGrath – Guest Author

I’m delighted to welcome Carol McGrath as guest author to my website today. Carol and I both write historical fiction and are members of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. I thoroughly enjoyed reading Carol’s debut novel, The Handfasted Wife and am

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Inside an Editor’s World

Instead of a guest author I thought it would be interesting to hear about the editing process from an editor’s point of view as a change from the author’s perspective. In fact Abbie Todd is both an editor and an

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Lynn Shepherd – Guest Author

I recently met Lynn Shepherd, together with Andrew Taylor, when we all gave a talk about our novels at Hungerford Literary Festival. Although we all write historical novels, it was interesting to discover the differences in what and how we

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Guest Author – Alison Morton

I’m delighted to have Alison Morton as my guest author today. Alison’s recently published novel, INCEPTIO, is an intriguing story set in an alternative world history. Here is a taster … New Yorker Karen Brown, hunted by a killer, flees

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Guest Author – Jean Fullerton

I am very pleased to welcome Jean Fullerton as my guest author today. Jean, how many novels have you written and did it take long for you to find a publisher? Like most authors I’ve written more books than I’ve

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Christina Courtenay – Guest Author

Welcome to Christina Courtenay, whose novel, Highland Storms, was the winner of the Historical Romantic Novel award of 2012.  Christina, tell us a little about Highland Storms and what made it special for you and your readers. Highland Storms was

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Susanna Gregory – Guest Author

I’m delighted to have the opportunity to interview Susannah Gregory, author of 18 mediaeval mysteries and 7 murder mysteries set in Restoration London.  Susannah, what made you choose the mediaeval and then the mid seventeenth century periods for your murder

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The Apothecary’s Daughter – an editor’s point of view

In this job, it’s fair to say that I read a lot, and must admit there are moments when it can be more of a chore than a pleasure. So it really is a very special thing when you start

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Charlotte Betts Always a bookworm, Charlotte discovered her passion for writing after her three children and two step-children had grown up. She lives with her husband in a cottage in the woods on the borders of Hampshire and Berkshire.

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