Tag Archives: Crooked Cat

Always a Dreamer

As a child, I would curl up in a corner of the window seat, looking out onto our glorious African garden in the Highlands of Kenya – I was always a dreamer… Beyond the fence of our twelve acre plot lay … Continue reading

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Giving The Tower its Moment

… Ghosts – And the Beating Heart of Things. Happy New Year! – and a warm welcome to Crooked Cat author, Jennifer Wilson, who has an original take on our Tower of London as the setting for her debut novel, Kindred Spirits. I … Continue reading

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Launch Party Shenanigans

If you’ve ever wondered what a virtual launch party is – look no further! Newcomer to our Crooked Cats’ cradle, historical novelist Emma Rose Millar has all the answers. With the vogue for self-publishing now in full swing, it’s getting … Continue reading

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From Peregrination to Publication, a 40 year journey.

Very many thanks for coming by today, Mark Patton, to delight us with your travelling reminiscences. Hello Jane, and thanks for hosting me today. I’ve been following your blog ever since we were first published by Crooked Cat (I think your first … Continue reading

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I’d Like to Talk About Magic

I always enjoy having author Ailsa Abraham​ to stay. Welcome for another week, Ailsa – we love your magical meanderings. Near or Far, it’s similar. I’m very grateful to Jane for inviting me back to follow up on my previous … Continue reading

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Green Jewels on a Velvet Throw

A warm welcome to another talented Crooked Cat author today.  I enjoyed Yvonne Marjot’s first novel, and look forward to another trip to the Hebridean Islands, which make me think of Mendelssohn. Over to you, Yvonne.  “The Isle of Mull, … Continue reading

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It’s Revolution Day!

Our Tim is doing the rounds this week, talking about his exciting new release, published on 30 June by Crooked Cat. I loved his first book, an excellent historical novel which uncovers the story of slavery in ancient Greece. You can find … Continue reading

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A Contented Romantic Novelist

A warm welcome to Helen Rolfe, one of the newer members of our Crooked Cat‘s cradle. I haven’t read her book The Friendship Tree yet, but the very title conjures up pleasing images. The Friendship Tree is your first novel. How long … Continue reading

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New Romantic Comedy – The Truth About Ellen

Welcome to one of my favourite Crooked Cat authors today – Sarah Louise Smith. I have read two of her books and recommend them for light romantic reading with a bit of a bite. Thank you to the lovely Jane … Continue reading

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People Matter More than Possessions

Today I welcome back fellow Crooked Cat author, Sue Barnard as we chat about this and that. We have a few things in common, I see, for I, too, was adopted (for a different reason); and the bulk of my … Continue reading

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