Words on Wednesday: Keris Stainton and her "Female Fiction Fiddling" List

I am very excited to be hosting this guest post as part of Keris’s blogtour. ¬†Her new novel, Emma Hearts LA is just out and I strongly recommend it. ¬†Without further ado, here’s what Keris has to say: A few years ago, I read a book called Everything I Needed to Know About Being a […]

Guest Post: Right to Roam by Linda Newbery

For this week’s Words on Wednesday, we’ve got a real treat. Linda Newbery, author of many children’s books (for many different kinds of children), is here to talk about writing for a range of ages. I’m reading her latest book, The Treasure House, at the moment and it’s a gorgeous adventure with a truly classic […]

Opal Moonbaby Blog Tour: Fantasy Writer? Moi?

For Words on Wednesday this week, we have a real treat. Maudie Smith, author of the fabulous Opal Moonbaby (see my review) is stopping off on her blog tour to talk about genre. Fantasy Writer? Moi?If you’d asked me a couple of years ago whether I liked fantasy writing I’d probably have said no immediately. […]

Double Shadows Blog Tour: Can You Police the Past?

Today, Thoughts from the Hearthfire is visited by the lovely Sally Gardner. She’s here as part of her Double Shadows blog tour to promote the marvellous and myseterious-sounding The Double Shadow, released today. The hardcover looks gorgeous (with a lovely matte dust jacket – I’m such a book-stroker…) and I’m looking forward to reading this […]

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