Join me and Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature in a summer-long read-a-thon of all Nottingham author Dorothy Whipple’s books:
What is ‘optical research’ and why is it so important to my writing process? Find out in my blog for Women Writers:
Find out more about me in this profile for Nudge Books:
Here’s what we talked about when I went on-air with BFBS Radio recently:
Find out more about my life as a Nottingham writer in this profile for Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature:
Find out about my typical day, in this post for Female First
Here I am launching The Night Raid on The Dame Laura Knight tram, with help from George Spencer Academy pupils.
I talk about my passion for rediscovering remarkable wartime women in my guest blog for Historia magazine:
Find out more about how I mix fact and fiction when creating my characters in my guest post on jennieensor.com
Find out more about me at Female First
Find out about how I approach historical research in this post for Simona’s Corner of Dreams.
Read about the story-behind-the story of the English Agent at Snazzy Books.
Discover what seven books I refuse to chuck out, and why at Bookdrunk.
If you want to know more about my new book, my life, and why I love talking to strangers and dogs, have a listen to my interview with Craig Priest.
Find out five things I really shouldn’t be telling you… On My Bookshelf.
Join me in Bookland with Alba, where I talk about researching The English Agent.
Here I’m in Linda’s Book Bag , talking to strangers…
Read more about the images that inspired The English Agent in a post for Carole’s Book Corner.
In this piece for OAPSchat I talk about The English Agent and the story-behind-the-story.
I was lucky enough to be the first post on Elle Field’s Writer Wednesday in 2017 – read it here: