Dates for your Diary

I hope everyone managed to stay safe and warm during the recent chilly weather. Some of you might have seen my snow-covered antics on my Instagram feed on my home page! Here’s a little something to look forward to as the weather warms up and we move towards spring. I’m delighted to announce my first round of book signing dates for The Letter. Forgive the short notice for this first date but a week from tomorrow I’ll be in Waterstone's Truro on Saturday the 31st of March so if you’re nearby it’ll be great to see you. A little more warning, and closer to home for my next event, which will be on the 12th of May in the beautiful market town of Lostwithiel with the lovely ladies at Lost in Books.

Snowy World Book Day

Happy snowy World Book Day from Cornwall! It’s a white and chilly start to world book day in Cornwall. For my contribution, here's a little extract from Polwenna Bay 3, Winter Wishes, which seems rather like a prediction of today's weather! “The snow was falling hard on Cornwall, gathering on cottage rooftops and settling on the bare-limbed trees. The trawlers down in Polwenna’s harbour were iced like cakes, their mooring ropes frozen stiff, and the quay was covered in a plump white duvet. In the distance a man was walking a chocolate Labrador on the beach, and the dog’s dark coat seemed to leap out against the whiteness. Elsewhere in the village, drifts were starting to build up against the

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