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Six Authors Who Write About Cornwall

There’s a wealth of Cornish novels out there, as it’s such a beautiful and inspiring part of the country to write about. Here’s six authors who have set novels in the county. 169 more words


Arvon magic

Old stone and vicious drops, cossetted by mist-clad hills.  A robin’s song vibrating the trees and the moon peeking over the hill.  Watching.  Scarred wood and cosy crannies, walls seeping words.  606 more words


What's Inspiring Me

I thought I’d post about some of the things that are inspiring me at the moment – the songs I’m singing, the videos I’m watching, the books I’m reading, and more. 116 more words


The Sea Between Us by Emylia Hall

Robyn Swinton is moved to remote Cornwall with her family. On one of the last days of summer, in a beautiful secluded cove Robyn is drowning. 379 more words

One From the Archive: 'The Book of Summers' by Emylia Hall ****

First published in April 2012.

The Book of Summers by Emylia Hall has already received high praise from reviewers and critics alike.  The prologue of the novel, told from the third person perspective, focuses upon the character of Marika, the long-estranged mother of protagonist Beth Lowe. 830 more words

Review: A Heart Bent Out of Shape by Emylia Hall

I received this book for free from the Publisher in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review. 451 more words


Book Review: A Heart Bent Out Of Shape by Emylia Hall

What’s it about?

Life for Hadley has so far has been uneventful, with no great love affairs, no searing losses. But then she decides to spend a year studying in the glittering Swiss city of Lausanne, a place that feels alive with promise.

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