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Clare Swatman is a writer and journalist and her debut novel, Before You Go, is published today by Pan Macmillan.... Continue reading
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The Girl Before is a psychological thriller from JP Delaney, a pseudonym for a writer who has previously written bestselling... Continue reading
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Sue Fortin is the author of several books, among them, The Girl Who Lied, and her most recent book, Sister... Continue reading
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Nicola Cornick is an international bestseller and has penned over 40 novels. She's been shortlisted four times for the US... Continue reading
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I always enjoy reading Sue Moorcroft's books and was delighted when she agreed to tell us about her Brilliant Book... Continue reading
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Jane Holland's best selling novel, Girl #1 was one of my favourite reads of 2016. Her latest book, Lock the... Continue reading
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We're welcoming Jan Brigden to Novelicious today to tell us about how an assignment for a creative writing course inspired... Continue reading
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Freda Lightfoot has written many fabulous books and today she's here to tell us a little bit about her writing... Continue reading
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Nicola May has popped over today to give us an amusing peak behind her book, Love Me Tinder and to... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Debs Carr Cassie is hiding from something, or should I say someone. She's sad, lonely and scared and... Continue reading
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1. Write what you like to read. It sounds simple, but it’s common to try to write what you think... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Verity Wilde Ellie Rigby is sick of disastrous internet dates. After eight months of hopeless matches she decides... Continue reading
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Jason Starr, author of Ant-Man which was recently made into a movie starring Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas, has popped... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Jennifer Joyce In 1919, the end of the war has just been announced, but peace comes too late... Continue reading
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1. Don’t be in a hurry. Take your time to read, dream, think, plot, plan. Let the idea for your... Continue reading
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Peter Davis is the author of three previous non-fiction titles and an Academy Award-winning filmmaker. He is also the author... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Amanda Keats Pitched on the front cover as a cross between The Handmaid’s Tale and Mean Girls, Only... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Verity Wilde Hendrickje’s left her strict Calvinist family in the provinces and found work as a housemaid to... Continue reading
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1. Try to write every day, or as often as you can. 2. Finish something, even if it hurts. 3.... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Debs Carr The press release calls this book ‘…addictively suspenseful…’ and they’re not kidding. You’re immediately transported into... Continue reading
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Nadine Dorries' novel, The Ballymara Road, has been very well received and today she discusses with Debs how she fits... Continue reading
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My writing space is courtesy of Southeastern Trains. For the price of a day return (peak price as well!) to... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Susan Lobban The last thing you expect when you are on a call with your fiance is for... Continue reading
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Reviewed by Debs Carr This story is based on a true, shocking story that happened in France in WWII. Set... Continue reading
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I had written just three chapters of my debut novel, With My Lazy Eye, when I sent them away to... Continue reading