On the cover of The Naughty Girls Book Club by Sophie Hart it says: 'passions will be awakened at...the naughty girls book club'. They certainly are. Not just for the erotica they're reading as part of their book group – but also for the rather retro custard slice. Estelle has her own cafe, the perfectly named Cafe Crumb, in Bristol. The cakes are an absolute … [Read more...] about Feasting on Romantic Comedy – Vanilla Custard Slice from The Naughty Girls Book Club by Sophie Hart
Archives for July 2013
Claire Garber is the author of Love is a Thief, which is out now. Can you tell us a little about your average writing day? It really depends where I’m up to with a book and also where I am living. When I lived in London my day would start at 6am. I’d go to the gym for a very (very) gentle workout then write in a coffee shop before work. Now I live in France, novel writing … [Read more...] about Novelicious Chats To…Claire Garber
Reviewed by Susan Lobban It is book 6 of Cathy Woodman’s Talyton St George series and Stevie Dunsford is the newest arrival to town. Having grown up on the family farm in Talyton she has now carved out a new life in London as an accountant. However, just as she is about to accept her boyfriend’s marriage proposal she receives a phone call out of the blue, urging her to return … [Read more...] about Review – Country Loving by Cathy Woodman
BIG NEWS, BOOKNERDS! We are over the moon to announce that three months after our launch we have signed two fantastically talented authors to our Novelicious Books imprint: previously self published Kindle bestseller Poppy Dolan and debut author Rosie Blake. There’s More to Life Than Cupcakes by Poppy Dolan is a clever and insightful romantic … [Read more...] about Novelicious Books signs its first two authors!
For now (i.e. the next few weeks) my writing room is the study at the back of our Edwardian terraced house in Brighton. A friend with a considerably bigger house tactfully commented that we had made, ‘Very good use of our space.’ I think what she actually meant was ‘Blimey, how do you all fit in?’ With a teenage son and twin girls, let’s just say it’s cosy. … [Read more...] about My Writing Room by Rebecca Farnworth