Today I’m over on Chat About Books, with Kerry Parsons. Despite being a mum to two teenagers and a shi-tzhu, Kerry somehow manages to find time to run a brilliant blog about her passion – books! Well, with our mutual love of novels we were bound to get on like a house on fire. Kerry asked me about all sorts! So pop over to her blog to discover what inspires me, why I’d like to quiz Charles Dickens, and how a hardback book with an orange cover changed my life, plus loads, loads, more!
Here’s a cheeky little excerpt to tease you…
Today I am over the moon to welcome Barbara Copperthwaite!
Barbara is a crime novelist. Author of INVISIBLE and FLOWERS FOR THE DEAD. She is a lovely lady and is very supportive of other authors and book bloggers.
Now, I have to confess that Barbara’s books have been waiting patiently on my kindle for far too long already. I have seen many glowing reviews for these books which makes me all the more ashamed to admit that I haven’t had the chance to read them, yet. I will be rectifying this as soon as I can, I promise!
For those who don’t know already, could you tell us about yourself and your book(s) please?
Hello! My name is Barbara Copperthwaite, and people have always said that with a name like that I ought to write books. That wasn’t the only reason I decided to start writing, though. I’ve been a journalist for over twenty years, writing features, and working my way up to become a magazine editor. I’ve always loved the buzz of it. But I needed a new challenge and had an idea that refused to be ignored any longer… TO READ THE INTERVIEW IN FULL, CLICK HERE