My guest today is Miriam Drori, author of Cultivating a Fuji. The central theme of this book is social anxiety, a subject Miriam knows well as she has experienced it herself, given talks and written an excellent non-fiction book about it. KJ Hello Miriam, welcome to the coffee shop. What can I get you to … More Author visit: Miriam Drori
I’m thrilled to welcome Jo Fenton to the coffee shop today. I’m a huge fan of Jo’s writing as is obvious from the cover of her new book which I was lucky enough to read before publication next week. As well as being author of The Brotherhood, a story about a religious sect, Jo blogs … More Author visit: Jo Fenton
The blurb The perfect neighbours tell the perfect lies… *** A TOP TEN KINDLE BESTSELLER *** A dark and twisty psychological thriller from a rising star in the genre, perfect for fans of THE COUPLE NEXT DOOR. When Helen moves into an exciting new neighbourhood, she finds herself in a web of evil with no … More Book review: The Perfect Neighbours by Rachel Sargeant
Today I’m really happy to have Sue Barnard as my coffee shop guest once again to tell us about her new novel which is coming out in a couple of weeks and is perfect for romance fans. Over to you, Sue! Hello Katy, and thank you for inviting me to your blog today to talk … More Author talk: Sue Barnard on Finding Nina
The Suspects is now a published book! Thanks to everyone who came to the Online Launch Party and made it such fun. We talked about house share experiences, Bristol and the Eighties. Some of the things people suggested would most put them off sharing a house with someone would be bad temper, smoking, poor hygiene; … More The Suspects is out!
This time tomorrow The Suspects will be published. Will it be landing on your phone? Today’s the last day of the blog tour organised by Rachel’s Random Resources which has been fantastic and I really appreciate all the posts and photos on so many fabulous book blogs. Sending your book out to people you don’t … More Countdown to publication…1 day!
It’s three days until Publication Day for The Suspects. Where did that time go? After all the writing, re-drafting, beta reads, edits, cover design, more edits, sending out review copies – suddenly it’s about to hit the shelves. If you follow me on social media or subscribe to my newsletter you’ll probably be sick of … More Countdown to publication…3 days!
Today is Publication Day for The Girl Puzzle, a story about the real historical figure Nellie Bly, an investigative journalist, adventurer and champion of women’s rights, whose birthday is also today. I knew very little about Nellie Bly, whose real name was Elizabeth Cochrane, before reading the book but it inspired me to find out … More Book review: The Girl Puzzle by Kate Braithwaite
I caught some of the three-part televised version of this psychological thriller years ago but had forgotten the name of it and had always wondered how it ended so I was so pleased to come across this book. The story’s set over a stifling bank holiday weekend in a house in East Anglia, reuniting four … More Book review: The Last Weekend by Blake Morrison