On Monday (12th July) I will be in London to sign books at Goldsboro Books in Cecil Court. Many famous names (and quite a few Macmillan New Writers) have been through their doors to put their name to their first editions. I will no doubt pause on the threshold to imagine the other more famous writers that have stood there before me. I will be really happy to have a chat with anyone who might come along, as being a northener, I know hardly a soul in London. I will be there from about 12.30 for an hour or so. Known as "the collector's bookshop" it is a lovely shop so well worth a browse. And what a good excuse I have to indulge my passion for proper bookshops. Nearest tube - Leicester Square.
Word addict, book addict. Nature, art and poetry fan, and writer of thought-provoking historical fiction, published by Macmillan/St Martin's Press/Endeavour Press
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HIGHWAY TRILOGY BOOK TWO - based on the life and legend of heiress and highwaywoman Lady Katherine Fanshawe
Paperback and Ebook
HIGHWAY TRILOGY BOOK ONE 'Terrific' - Gabrielle Kimm, author of His Last Duchess
Paperback, ebook, audiobook
A DIVIDED INHERITANCE 'stellar historical fiction' - Orange nominee Ann Weisgarber
THE GILDED LILY 'There is no greater compliment than 'Give me more!' Susanna Gregory 'Beautifully written and meticulously researched, the novel drew me straight into the teeming streets of Restoration London. an addictive, page-turning read.' Mary Sharratt
Hardback, Paperback, ebook
THE LADY'S SLIPPER 'Top Pick!' RT Book Reviews 'Highly recommended.' The Historical Novels Review 'Brilliant saga' Romance Reviews Today 'Rich and haunting' Reading the Past 'Riveting narrative' For the Love of Books 'Complex and engaging' Bookgeeks 'Utterly captivating' Karen Maitland, author of The Owl Killers