Julia Gregson’s Top Three Books Set in Cornwall

‘My favourite Cornish books have to be : ‘Rebecca,’ Patrick Gale’s ‘Rough Music’, and ‘The Shell Seekers.’

Dinah Jefferies’s Top Three Books Set in Cornwall

While in my memory, Cornwall is a place of blue skies, blue seas and wonderful coves, it does have a dark history too: the wrecking, the mine closures and so on.

Elizabeth Buchan’s Top Three Books Set in Cornwall

To celebrate the paperback release of A Cornish Stranger on the 23rd of April and Under A Cornish Sky of the 7th of May I’ve asked several of my favourite authors to share their top three Cornish reads. Here’s what the wonderful Elizabeth Buchan had to say… The Camomile Lawn by Mary Wesley The image […]

Fanny Blake’s Top Three Books Set in Cornwall

So my favourite Cornish novels are (omitting du Maurier who I read again and again)

A Cornish Stranger…out in paperback and my favourite books set in Cornwall

Yesterday saw the release of the paperback for A Cornish Stranger and before I know it – it will May 7th and Under A Cornish Sky will be out in trade paperback (the big paperback). So to celebrate two books out, I thought I’d ask some of my fellow writers what their top three favourite books […]

London Book Fair 2015 – Authors – Why Go?

Why I Go To The London Book Fair   First let me say I go because I have meetings with my editors from other countries. It is a golden opportunity to meet them and discover what if anything I can do to help them sell my books. Because a book fair is all about selling […]

Vive La France…Le Rivage Des Secrets (aka The Cornish House) is out today

It’s been a while, sorry. Under A Cornish Sky is back with my publishers, 2015 is well under way…belated New Year’s greetings. Today the French edition of  The Cornish House is out…I love the moody cover and in honour of that I have posted a bit of Throw Back Thursday on my Facebook page

The Summer of the Black Hare – scene nine

The pilot of the Cessna cast a disparaging glance at me as I looked at the empty seat next to him. I’d had a shitty night sleep fighting off things I didn’t want to turn the light on to see and being the back of a six seater plane would not aid my mood or health. […]

The Summer of the Black Hare – scenes seven and eight

My body ached after forty-eight hours of travel. It could have been achieved more in about eight if I had travelled directly but the more journeys I took the more difficult it would be to trace me. And now weary beyond words I stood before my great grandmother’s door in the mountains of Lebanon. Here […]

The Summer of the Black Hare- scene six

I picked up the gin bottle but then put it back down. The evening breeze was gentle off of the water and my haven welcomed me back. The gardener was still working hard and I wanted him to go but I needed him so I shut my mouth and walked down the crumpling steps to […]