Following on from Jessica’s review yesterday, I’m thrilled to welcome Victoria Cooke’s wonderful novel, Who Needs Men Anyway, to the blog today as part of her blog tour.
Author / Eleanor Small
A more unusual “book” review from me – this time I’m reviewing an author, not just her books (mainly because I couldn’t pick just one).
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Set in a Turkish harem in the dying days of the Ottoman Empire, this novel explores how love can succeed against the odds, amongst themes of trust, sex and politics – the latter
Writing With Trepidation
It seems silly, doesn’t it; to approach one’s Work In Progress with trepidation? A creation solely of my vivid imagination, my book baby that can only
NB. Overview review of Off-Campus series – contains minor spoilers.
I will be one of millions today, making New Year’s Resolutions that will, if extremely fortunate, last until the beginning of February.
8 Things To Gloss Over When Writing An Historical Novel: Pongs, Pests & Products and People & Practises
Part Two Pests (and animals) & Products
Whilst a big fan of historical accuracy and realism, some things are unequivocally better dealt with today than they were in the past.
6 Things To Gloss Over When Writing An Historical Novel: Pongs, Pests and People & Practises
Part One – Pongs
Whilst a big fan of historical accuracy and realism in my reading material, some things are unequivocally better dealt with today than they were in th
In the midst of a deep edit of the current Work In Progress, set in 1100s England, my procrastinator’s brain started wondering.
I love reading; I wish someone would pay me to do it full-time.