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Can you believe it, people have started tagging this novel as medieval when it states it is a 17th century setting. I couldn't believe readers are that ignorant of history. So I'm wondering if I need to replace the cover. Out of the two, the colourful one depicting fashions of the era, which is best? …Continue
Finally it's up after a blip with Amazon... For some "unknown" reason the formatting on their "sample read" messed up. They have apologised, profusely!!!
This is the novel Choc-Lit turned down: the one and only publisher I subbed it to...Not that I mind one bit. It's a bodice-ripper in the old sense of the word, yet set against a real backdrop with real people featured alongside imaginary characters. My other historical novels (none submitted to publishers) have done "so…Continue
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Retro Centre and Samuel Pepys
I always enjoy visiting St Albans. Yesterday I visited a treasure house of items from times past at a Retro Centre, which I will visit again, and I shall attend the Retro Fair next weekend.
The Retro Centre is divided into sections where different sellers arrange their wares. China, glass, curios, soft furnishings, clothes and a treasure house of books.
As I went round I yearned to own a…Continue