Just two more sleeps until fabulous author Lizzie Chantree releases her latest book entitled, The Woman Who Felt Invisible.
What a gorgeous cover! Let’s take a look and see what it’s about…
It’s an exciting, romantic story of love and new beginnings. Learning to love herself and be content on her own is the first step. But will Olivia be able to leave her past behind, follow her heart and find lasting happiness? A read full of humour, romance and tear-jerking reality.
Have you ever felt invisible?
Working as a stationery supervisor and a sitter to a pair of internet … Read the rest »
Today I am delighted to share the first of two articles I have written for Frost.com
It’s all about my experience of turning my book Singles’ Holiday into a stage play.
A huge “Thank you “ to author extraordinaire Jane Cable for affording me the opportunity. I hope you enjoy it.
Part Two comes out on 22nd November.… Read the rest »
Today I am blowing my own trumpet and ringing my own bell! Anne Williams – beinganne.com – is not only one of our most esteemed bloggers but one of the nicest people in the World of Books. I have always found her to be supportive of authors and her reviews interesting, appreciative and fair. So I was delighted to see she was the first blogger on my blog tour for A Village in the Country, organised by the no less wonderful Rachel Gilbey at Rachel’s Random Resources.
I awaited her review – and almost fell off my seat when I … Read the rest »
A huge THANK YOU to Stacey at Whispering Stories for featuring me and A Village in the Country on her blog today. It states A Village in the Country is out 3/8 it’s actually 18/8 and is available to pre-order NOW.
You can read it by clicking on the link https://www.whisperingstories.com/the-writing-life-of-elaine-spires/
Enjoy!… Read the rest »
So, a week on from the famous/infamous Series 6 Episode 7 and the dust has almost settled after the shock/surprise/disappointment that the Fourth Man was non other than Ian Buckells.
My initial reaction was one of disappointment and disbelief. How on earth could the bumbling Buckells be the brains? But I have had time to rewatch that final episode and it actually now all makes sense.
He wasn’t the brains – just the fourth man – a corrupt police officer motivated by greed. And trapped because he couldn’t spell the word definitely.
Watching the interview scene again I was able … Read the rest »
Today I am delighted that the wonderful Lizzie Chantree joins me to celebrate the launch of her latest book Shh! It’s Our Secret. Not just a super author, Lizzie is a fellow Essex Girl so I am doubly proud of her and chuffed she’s with us today.
If you haven’t met Lizzie before, let me tell you she’s an international bestselling author and award-winning inventor, who started her own business at the age of 18 and became one of Fair Play London and The Patent Office’s British Female Inventors of the Year in 2000. She discovered her love of writing … Read the rest »
I am thrilled that my friend, the best-selling author Caroline James joined me for Episode 3 of my podcast The World’s Your Oyster.
Her latest book Boomerville in Ballymegille is set in Southern Ireland near beautiful Kinsale and in this episode she tells us all about the place and its amazing food festival and restaurants.
You can watch it here: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=itXDIaLx0xQ&feature=youtu.be
Enjoy!!… Read the rest »
Happy New Year to you all! I’m not going to tempt fate and say “Things can only get better.” I’m just going to welcome in 2021 and thank 2020 for the learning opportunity it afforded us all!
Thanks to all those who bought You Never See Rainbows at Christmas for their own stockings or others’. I hope you enjoyed it and if you did perhaps you’d be kind enough to write a short review on Amazon uk for me. Thank you!
Today I’m sharing the first of my news series of podcasts with you. The podcast is The World’s Your … Read the rest »
I have to start off by admitting to a Senior Moment.
It was brought to my attention that there were a number of proof-reading issues with The Banjo Book Two; poor grammar, typos and errors. I was surprised as I am a bit of – what the Twitter users call – a grammar-nazi. On checking I discovered I had inadvertently uploaded a draft version of the text to the setter instead of the final version.
I am absolutely mortified and wish to make a sincere apology to those who have already bought the book, either in paperback or on Kindle. … Read the rest »
I think so many people have started getting ready for Christmas early this year. I certainly have. My tree has already been up almost two weeks because I just needed something to lift my mood and spirits. I absolutely LOVE the run up to Christmas; it’s my favourite time of year. Unfortunately, so much of what I love isn’t happening this year due to the dreaded C-19. I usually take myself on a bus ride from Tower Hill right through the City – Monument, Cannon Street, St Paul’s, Fleet Street, Aldwych, Trafalgar Square, Regent Street and Oxford Street looking in … Read the rest »