Today is release day for my feel good romance, Felicity at the Cross Hotel. Hooray! And to celebrate I have an old (secret) Tudor recipe with a strange ingredient, and a legend about Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn. Felicity at the Cross Hotel is set in the Lake District – a romance writer’s dream for… Continue reading Release day for Felicity at the Cross Hotel – and a special Tudor recipe to celebrate!
The village where I live – Saltaire, near Bradford, West Yorkshire – is a former Victorian mill town, and now a UNESCO World Heritage site. (A while ago I wrote a post about Saltaire and the weaving industry, with lots of photos of the village.) When the woollen industry was at its height, thousands of… Continue reading A feel good summer romance, and why I love #Bollywood
It’s coming up to the end of another year and this is my fourth Christmas running this blog. I didn’t know when I started just how much fun I’d have with it, how many people I’d meet, and how many authors and book lovers I’d come to know because of it. I remember writing my first … Continue reading →