Tag Archives: Ireland
A Spirit of Place!
Posted on October 30, 2018 by jbwye
I’ve at last managed to chase John Jackson down! It’s a privilege having him join me today, and learning more about the bogs of Ireland. Over to you, John – I thoroughly enjoyed your book (here’s my review of Heart … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors | Tagged author's talk, Belvedere House, County Westmeath, Gaulstown, Georgette Heyer, historical novel, Ireland, peat bog, signing | 1 Comment
Can Micro Managers Be Leaders?
Posted on July 29, 2014 by jbwye
He signs himself Vossie on his blog, but I’ve always thought of him as AJ. I’ve never met him, but his fledgling book Fathers of the Sons struck several chords with me when I first read it. It may never … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors | Tagged Authonomy, Breath of Africa, Ireland | Comments Off on Can Micro Managers Be Leaders?
I am delighted to host fellow-kitten, Catriona King once again – I have enjoyed every one of her Craig detective series, and await her venture into a new genre with interest (although I must admit I’ve been guilty of packaging espionage … Continue reading →
Posted on April 8, 2014 by jbwye | 2 Comments
Books On Location
Posted on May 21, 2013 by jbwye
Zanna MacKenzie is my guest blogger today. Formerly a travel agent, she is also an experienced arm chair traveller, evidence this interesting little piece. You don’t mention Africa, Zanna? Perhaps a savour of its breath will tempt you to widen your … Continue reading →
Posted in Authors | Tagged Australian outback, Hong Kong, Ireland, Lake District, North Yorkshire, Scotland | 2 Comments