Author Archives: jbwye

Not Much Has Changed

My Kenya Diary. March 2018 We drove in a steady stream of traffic over the top escarpment road to Lake Naivasha. I noticed an alarming number of clearings in the forest, which allowed me to admire the stupendous view over … Continue reading

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The Most Fabulous of Cities

I am delighted to welcome fellow Crooked Cat author, Carol Maginn back to my blog with her new book, Daniel Taylor, an intriguing thriller set in Rome. And there is another exciting thriller gestating in the background, too. I don’t … Continue reading

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Don’t Leave Kenya – Let Your Parents go Back to Europe and the US!

Every time I go to Kenya I make a point of touching base at Hillcrest Secondary School. It played an important part in the life of our family for over twenty-five years. On the first day of my recent holiday, … Continue reading

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Creating Credible Scenes

It’s a great privilege to host long-time friend Nancy Jardine once again. She is an eminent historian and novelist, and her dedication to detail leaves me utterly in awe. No wonder her books are so rich and satisfying. And she … Continue reading

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Today We Are Lucky…

March 2018 It’s amazing what you can learn when you chat to strangers – especially drivers in Kenya. While on my way from Ukunda to Mombasa, the driver told me something which has stuck in my mind: “I wish they … Continue reading

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Author Interview – Jane Bwye – “Breath of Africa”, “Grass Shoots” & “I Lift Up My Eyes” (Historical Fiction/Romance)

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Hello fellow writers and readers, welcome, welcome! It’s time for another fascinating Author Interview tonight but first, as always, an important Public Service Announcement. Just a quick note before…

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The Perfect Spot for a Second Honeymoon

I love Australia with its idiosyncratic names, and its beaches are awesome. Over half my family live there. And I can relate well to Noosa, the romantic setting for Megan Mayfair’s first novel. I can’t wait to read it. Over … Continue reading

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