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An interview with…Amanda Huggins

Amanda and I first met at a local writing group. She’s been so supportive to me over the years and is a brilliant writer! She writes novellas, short stories, flash fiction and poetry. Please introduce yourself and your published works Hi Sarah, thanks for inviting me over – I’m honoured that you’ve asked me to […]

My top picks for National Crime Reading Month 2022

June is National Crime Reading Month and here are six of the best crime fiction books I’ve read so far this year. The Dying Day by Vaseem Khan is the second in his Malabar House mysteries set in post-partition India. I loved this books because it reads like a complicated puzzle that you have to […]

Book Three – the story so far (setting)

All my books so far have been set in Yorkshire, and Book Three is no exception! Book Three, provisionally called The Challenge, is set in the city of York. York has a special place in my heart as my grandma used to take me as a child to see the daffodils around the city walls. […]

On the Shelf: May 2022 reads

I read a lot of books in May! Keep Them Close by Sophie Flynn (proof) Letters from a Stoic by Seneca Digital Minimalism by Cal Newport Crossing the Lines by Amanda Huggins (re-read) The Bad Sister by J A Corrigan That Night by Gillian McAllister Jude the Obscure by Thomas Hardy (re-read) The Burning Girls […]

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