A new novel by Jane Davis is always welcome. Set in the 19th century, her tenth novel, Small Eden, is a beautifully evoked story about grief, loss, and the redemptive power of creation.Continue Reading
Today I’m delighted to welcome Rupert Colley back to the blog to talk about his latest historical novel, The Lost Daughter.
Rupert is the author of nine historical novels and also the creator of the History in an Hour collection of short works of non-fiction. Although focusing mainly on ’20th century war and misery’, his novels always convey the human story at the centre of war. Historical fiction with heart and drama.
Welcome, Rupert!Continue Reading
Today I’m delighted to welcome award-winning author Jane Davis back to the blog to talk about her latest book At the Stroke of Nine O’Clock.
I always enjoy reading Jane’s novels and I’m especially looking forward to this one, her tenth, because it sounds so intriguing.
In this interview Jane talks about the inspiration behind At the Stroke of Nine O’Clock and what she might be doing next.Continue Reading
Today I’m delighted to welcome historical author Rupert Colley to my website.
Rupert was a librarian for many years. He then wrote the non-fiction series History in an Hour which he sold to HarperCollins UK. He now writes historical fiction, which he describes as, “mainly 20th century war and misery.”
He lives in London with his wife, two children and dog, a fluffy cockapoo.Continue Reading