In Conversation with Michael Ross

­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­­Michael Ross has joined me in the library today to say hello and to share some insights into his life as an author. A little bit about Michael Michael Ross is a lover of history and great stories. He’s a retired software engineer turned author, with three children, and five grandchildren, living in Newton, Kansas... Continue Reading →

The Godmother’s Secret: The Coffee Pot Book Blog Tour – Book Spotlight & Excerpt

Today, I am thrilled to host Elizabeth St.John's blog tour for The Godmother's Secret, her fabulous new release. Please check out the excerpt from the book below. If you'd like to know more about the tour, please check out the schedule here: The Godmother’s Secret by Elizabeth St.John What if you knew what... Continue Reading →

Gwenna The Welsh Confectioner: Coffee Pot Book Club Blog Tour

Today, I am delighted to host Vicky Adin on the blog tour for Gwenna The Welsh Confectioner. The book is part of Vicky's series: The New Zealand Immigrant Collection - suspenseful family saga fiction about overcoming the odds You can follow the tour by clicking on this link: Tour Schedule Page: Gwenna The Welsh... Continue Reading →

New Release from William Todd

Today on the blog, I am delighted to be hosting William Todd, one of my favourite authors. William's new release, Murder in Keswick, a Sherlock Holmes mystery, is a great read. You are very welcome, William, could you tell us a little bit about the background to the book? I always enjoyed the stories of... Continue Reading →

New Release from Anna Campbell

Happy Publication Day to Anna Campbell! The Worst Lord in London, Book 1 in Anna's new series, Scoundrels of Mayfair. Headlong into the unknown…Independent, willful Kate Starr has cherished a penchant for handsome Lord Shelburn since she was sixteen years old, but as a mill-owning industrialist, she moves in a different world from the libertine... Continue Reading →

New Release from Amy Maroney

Today, I am delighted to bring you news of a new release from the very talented Amy Maroney. Sea of Shadows is the second book in her Sea and Stone Chronicles. Sea of Shadows by Amy Maroney 1459. A gifted woman artist. A ruthless Scottish privateer. And an audacious plan that throws them together—with dangerous... Continue Reading →

In Conversation with Mary Clancy

Today, I am delighted to host fellow Irish historical fiction author, Mary Clancy. Pam thanks so much for inviting me to feature on your blog. Mary Clancy Let me tell you a little about myself. I live with my family in Co. Kildare just outside Naas, with Michael and two of our three sons. My... Continue Reading →

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