Monthly Archives: April 2015

The Prosecco Fortune

This crime novel, set in Venice and the vineyards that produce
prosecco grapes, is published in hardback tomorrow. The ebook
comes out in May. Off to buy a bottle (or two) to celebrate
the launch.

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Reveiw of Jazz and Die

Sarah Highbee has written a great review of this book. To read it log into her website: https://sjhighbee.wordpress.com and put the title of the book in the search space.
Thank you, Sarah

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Belling A Cat

My childrens book (age 12-14) is now published as an ebook.  It is called Belling a Cat which is an old legend meaning trying to do something almost impossible.

My heroine is trying to learn Old Norse which is the language spoken in the Shetlands a very long time ago.    This is so she can talk to a feral cat that she is determined to rescue.

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Boris the Amazing Cat

My three stories about Boris the Amazing Cat are now published as
e-books. They are Easy Readers for 6-8 year olds, learning to read.
They are quite amusing stories as Boris is part Superman, part Incrediable Hulk, the Invincible Four and totally amazing. Even parents
enjoy reading them.

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Story behind the story

The Prosecco Fortune is actually two books. It began as one book
then turned into another book. Hope you can’t see the joins! I loved
writing it because Venice is one of my favourite places and the research
was a joy.

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Jasper online!

Would you believe it – that Ballistic Cat of mine has started his very own facebook page?
He didn’t even wait for me to set up my own.
You can follow his antics here…
https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009555512170

 
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The Prosecco Fortune

The Prosecco Fortune is published on April 31st 2015.
It is set in Venice, my favourite place and is about Prosecco champagne, my favourite drink.

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