Meet my Guest Author and Something Wicked by Tom Williams

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May I introduce the novelist Tom Williams who has a superb new book out called Something Wicked. It’s a crime novel, a fantasy crime novel, a work of magic realism that is thrillingly influenced by his love for Buenos Aires and Tango. It cannot get better for this reader because I absolutely love Buenos Aires and I have watched Tango … Read More

Meet Judith Arnopp and read her Historical Fiction Writing Tips

I have, for many years, enjoyed Judith Arnopp’s Historical Fiction. I first read her eleventh century novels eight years ago and I am currently reading her Tudor novels. Judith is pure gold as a writer. Her novels flow and the writing is vivid, so when I was asked if I would host her tips for writing Historical Fiction on the … Read More

The Time Team Connection by Jenny Kane

I welcome Jenny Kane to The Writers’ Hub today. I have read and loved her new novel Autumn Leaves at Mill Grange. This story is a complex , delightful, beautifully written novel which include a theme close to my heart, that of archeology. It is also a gorgeous romantic novel. I adore Time Team so please do read on.   … Read More

A Village by the Sea by Lynne Shelby

Today I welcome Lynne Shelby, fabulous writer of contemporary romance to The Writer’s Hub. I read her latest book, The Summer of Taking Chances and absolutely loved it. It is so clever and well-written I am determined to read her previous novels. This afternoon, she is sharing  her research  on location for this delightful novel with us.   A Village … Read More

Carol McGrath My Writing Place

Far away, in the very south of the Peloponnese, in The Greek Mani, you will find the place where I enjoy writing my books. All my novels have been written or edited in an upstairs bedroom/office in our Greek House. It has a sea view. You can just about see that in the pictures below. During the winter in England, … Read More

What Inspired Gilli Allan and Visit her Book ‘Buried Treasure,’

Meet today’s guest to The Writer’s Hub, Gilli Allan, whose excellent novel Buried Treasure has been republished with a gorgeous cover. Gilli Allan began to write in childhood – a hobby pursued throughout her teenage. Writing was only abandoned when she left home, and real life supplanted the imaginary kind.   After a few false starts she worked longest and … Read More

Ladies of The Magna Carta

I am absolutely delighted to be part of Sharon Bennett Connolly’s amazing blog tour for a superb book of non-fiction The Ladies of the Magna Carta. I interviewed her and you must read her answers which follow my review of Sharon’s book. I loved this book. Here is why. Ladies of the Magna Carta is an exceptionally accomplished work, so … Read More

Writing a Trilogy by Charlotte Betts

Today I welcome Charlotte Betts to The Writers’ Hub. Her wonderful new novel, the first in The Spindrift Trilogy (love this name) was published as a paperback last week by Piatkus. I absolutely adored this novel and cannot wait to read the next in this Trilogy. The first, The Light Within Us is set in Cornwall at the turn of … Read More

Tom Williams and James Burke. Writing Historical Adventure

Today I welcome Tom Williams to The Writer’s Hub. Tom writes superb Historical adventures. When I was young I loved Rider Haggard novels. These are even better. They have lovely new covers so look for them on Amazon. There’s a pre-order link below. Here is what he says about his writing experience.   The Origins of James Burke Back in … Read More