The Floozy in the Park: history, hats and small islands

The Floozy in the Park: history, hats and small islands

At last! My third novel (ebook version) is finally available. You can find it on Amazon. But what’s it about, you ask? Oh, all the usual things, mystery, history and the occasional ghost. We also have an unsolved murder. But rather than tell you all about it, read my interview with Jane Davis (author) on … Continue reading

My Counterfeit Self: an interview with Jane Davis on her latest novel

My Counterfeit Self: an interview with Jane Davis on her latest novel

Today, I’d like to welcome Jane Davis. Jane Davis is the author of seven novels. Her debut, Half-truths and White Lies, won the Daily Mail First Novel Award and was described by Joanne Harris as ‘A story of secrets, lies, grief and, ultimately, redemption, charmingly handled by this very promising new writer.’ Six further novels … Continue reading

Edwardian England – what inspires me

Edwardian England – what inspires me

Just a few weeks ago I was lucky enough to be at the Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival, a brilliant event in its second year. I took part in readings and a panel, and on the panel (which was for historical novelists) we had to defend our own period – which in my case is the … Continue reading

Virtual Book Club Interview: Shadows of the Lost Child

Virtual Book Club Interview: Shadows of the Lost Child

This is just a quick post to say thanks to author Jane Davis for hosting me on the Virtual Book Club pages of her blog. Here I get the chance to talk a bit about my writing but particularly about my second novel, Shadows of the Lost Child. The book is a partly historical mystery … Continue reading