Tag Archives: France

A Visit to Mende

Welcome back, Angela Wren, this time to talk about the settings for her books. I am looking forward to my first visit to France later this year. In the meantime, it is interesting to have a preview from such an … Continue reading

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In Monet’s Shadow

Our sights and senses come alive in this evocative piece by Crooked Cat author, Angela Wren, as she relives times in France while contemplating the impressionists. Welcome, Angela! Last month I provided a bit of a scribble for a fellow author’s blog, where … Continue reading

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Travelling Through Words in a Book

A warm welcome to Patricia Steele from Arizona, a genealogist and prolific writer who shares my love of travel and talks about the settings for her novels. Thanks so much, Jane, for inviting me to your blog.  I have looked over the … Continue reading

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My Most Favourite Place to Be

It is refreshing to read about a place where I’ve never been, and Angela Wren, whom I’ve just “met” has convinced me more than anyone else that I  must go to France before I get too old and doddery. And … Continue reading

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A String of Dots…

It’s fun to welcome you back for a chat, Ailsa Abraham, and good to know that you, too, are a lover of a string of dots…   Hello Jane! Thanks so much for inviting me around. I wanted to know … Continue reading

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Killing Him Softly With My Words

I just love this little piece from Frances de Plino on the eve of the release of her latest D.I. Paulo Storey novel, Call It Pretending. You can order it now. Welcome once again, Frances – and sit back and … Continue reading

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A Formidable Lady with many Personas

Today I am honoured to host Frances di Plino, a formidable lady with many personas in the literary world. At last she has unearthed for me the secret behind finishing a book. Would you care to give an order of … Continue reading

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