This week my guest is JG Dow, author of a chick lit novel, Jane of Manchester. JG lived for many years in the North of England and spent a few years living in Manchester. He enjoys walks in the country and indulging in a spot of cooking now and then and also writes the odd story and pen the occasional poem from time to time. This is his debut novel and so if anyone happens to enjoy it, he may just write another!
Em muslin is the author of Before You Were Mine, she loves words that capture an experience or emotion in a singular form: her current favourite, describing herself, isnemophilist. Her writing focuses on the texture of domestic life, relationships, family and the pressures of social convention. Her characters are often fighting to become the hero of their own story, searching for hope, despite the adversities that life inevitably brings.
This week I’d like to introduce Harold Boardman, author of A Pawn of Destiny, Set in the days of the Roman Empire, the story follows Darquin, whose father had been trained by Sparticus and joined the legendary rebellion led by him. Darquin is banished from his home and his resultant journey leads him through adventure, battle and love.
This week, I’d like to introduce you to Rick Sulik, author of Death Unmasked.
This week we have a not one, but three giveaways from Bob Rich. He is offering two free copies each of 2 books, to randomly chosen commenters. The titles are “Guardian Angel” and “Ascending Spiral”. He has also said he is happy to send out a free advance review copy of his next book “Hit and Run” to anyone who requests it; his email address is at the end of the interview.
This week I’d like to introduce you to Daren Martin, a business consultant who works with companies on change management strategies.
Meet Alice May, the author of Accidental Damage – Tales from the house that sat down! Her book is a winner of the Chill with a Book Readers’ Award and the PB Special Award and she’s got some fab reviews on Amazon. Alice is a working mother who lives with her husband in what used to be a ramshackle old cottage in the UK. She loves listening to the radio in the mornings and her kitchen is always full of cake – sounds like a nice combination to me!
This week I’d like to welcome Kiran Prasad to the Thursday Throng hotseat. Kiran was born in India, grew up in England and has moved 29 times. Every time she had to begin the process of building a home again even in places she wouldn’t choose to be. She has shared her experience of relocation, managing upheaval and beginning again somewhere new in her book A Mindful Move that teaches others how to ease the pain.
Anthi Theiopoulou is a pioneer in the development, transfer and integration of knowhow in the Greece. OLSET was founded in 2015; based in London it provides software that enables organisations to apply Organizational Learning at any scale. Doing More With Less is her first book; it was published in 2016 to provide a simple way of explaining the science behind the OLSET software.
This week I’d like to introduce Jo Linsdell, she’s the author of Gunpowder a different take on the plot to blow up the House of Lords and assassinate King James . Born in Kent and brought up in the UK Jo left England and moved to Rome in June 2001, where she now lives with her Italian husband and their two young sons.