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Category Archives: Sunset at Pencarrow
I’m over at Love Bytes Reviews blogging about when real life attacks and teasing the upcoming cover reveal for Sunset at Pencarrow co-written with Lou Sylvre. You can read the post here
Lou Sylvre and I have signed a contract with JMS Books for the second edition of our New Zealand set co-written novella Sunset at Pencarrow. We’re excited to be able to get this story back out into the world early … Continue reading
I have asked Dreamspinner Press for the rights back for all of my books with them. I was very excited when they gave me a contract for my first book, and a home for my others, but I’ve been wondering … Continue reading
I’ve been interviewed by Catherine Curzon & Eleanor Harkstead, and answered questions about my road to publication, co-writing, writing across genres, researching WWII for Echoes Rising and books that have influenced me. Thank you for having me! You can read … Continue reading
Clare London’s Summer 2019 Blogshop Window is now open! Check out summer themed books by different authors including Sunset at Pencarrow by Lou Sylvre and myself here.
My monthly post at Love Bytes Reviews is about following in characters’ footsteps.
My monthly post at Love Bytes takes its title from the lyrics of ‘Auld Lang Syne’ as I look back at the year that is coming to a close.
Lou is over at Aisling Mancy’s at the final stop at our Sunset at Pencarrow blog tour taking a quick journey following the tyre tracks and footprints of our reluctant lovers, Rusty and Nate. Read the post here and don’t … Continue reading
Lou Sylvre is over at Rhys Ford’s today making Afghan Biscuits. Hmmm, love those. Check out the post – with a link to the recipe – and an excerpt from Sunset at Pencarrow here and don’t forget to enter our … Continue reading
I’m over at fellow Kiwi Gillian St. Kevern’s today blogging about why I wanted to set a story in New Zealand and why I jumped at the opportunity to write one with Lou Sylvre. Read the post here and don’t … Continue reading