Category Archives: writing

“Sometimes it’s the little things that brighten someone’s day”: Rachael Thomas on A Deal Before the Altar

by Rachael Thomas, author of A Deal Before the Altar How far would you go to ensure a family member’s happiness? Throw a party? Pay for something? These are fairly tame suggestions in comparison to what Georgina Henshaw does. She wants … Continue reading »

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Do you know where you’re going to?

by Diana Ross Lucy King, author of The Party Starts at Midnight So I’m nearly at the end of writing the book I imaginatively call ‘Leo & Abby’ (and which will eventually be called The Party Starts at Midnight) when … Continue reading »

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"My mother encouraged me in my writing my whole life" Lucy Ellis on A Dangerous Solace

by Lucy Ellis, author of A Dangerous Solace My mother died on September 24th this year.  I didn’t think I was going to be up to writing this post about A Dangerous Solace but it occurred to me it gave … Continue reading »

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Let Me Tell You A Secret!

By Maya Blake, author of Marriage Made of Secrets write my essay for me We all love a good secret, don”t we? Juicy secrets that we”d love to share but can”t. Scandalous but often harmless secrets that we only share with our … Continue reading »

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