Tag Archives: San Francisco

An Uncanny Element of the Unknown

The theme of settings for books has unveiled a treasure trove of responses. Here’s one you’ll really enjoy, from new author Maria Mellins who has chosen an island. Welcome, Maria! Thank you very much for hosting me Jane! And what a … 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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A Cacophony of Languages

ROUND THE WORLD WALKABOUT Part 4. San Francisco and Yosemite National Park.  1st September 2011 I love Chinatown and its vibrant crowded streets. Shops are brim-full with fascinating antiques, jade, jewelry and knicknacks. People spill over into the streets, causing … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Muse

I am privileged to interview Nancy Jardine today, yet another talented author from the Crooked Cat cradle. I have read two of her books and loved them both, for different reasons. You can see my review of Topaz Eyes HERE. … Continue reading

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