Guest Post: My Writing Process by Charlotte Butterfield

Guest Post My writing process by Charlotte Butterfield I was on my maternity leave from my dream job as a magazine editor for a homes and interiors magazine when I start writing what was to become Me, You and Tiramisu. I think, like most journalists I always assumed one day I’d write a novel, but […]

Guest Post: Lies my Teacher Told Me by Mary Jayne Baker

    Lies my teachers told me I was in a primary school classroom recently looking at a huge display showing what the inmates – sorry, children – were learning in their Literacy lessons. Part of it was about the use of dialogue in stories. The kids had apparently been learning how to vary their […]

Book Review: One Last Summer at Hideaway Bay by Zoe Cook

One Last Summer at Hideaway Bay by Zoe Cook Release Date: 21st July 2016 Publisher: HarperImpulse Buy: Kindle Paperback Rating: Lucy, hi. It’s Tom. How are you? It’s been a while. I’ve been meaning to get in touch but it’s hard to know how to after so much time. I hear you’re doing really well up […]

Book Review: Summer at the Comfort Food Cafè by Debbie Johnson

Summer at the Comfort Food Cafè by Debbie Johnson Release Date: 29th April 2016 Publisher: HarperImpulse Buy: Paperback | Kindle Rating: The Comfort Food Cafè is perched on a windswept clifftop at what feels like the edge of the world, serving up the most delicious cream teas; beautifully baked breads, and carefully crafted cupcakes. For tourists […]

Excerpt: It’s In His Kiss by Eve Devon

She ended the call, but kept the phone in her hand as she ran her gaze over the goodie-bags she was assembling. Her gut said the women receiving those goodie-bags were going to be delighted after seeing Luke Jackson with his hands on the contents! Her gut said getting to help Luke in return was […]