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#Review: Warwick’s Mermaid by Ellie Gray @elliegray58 @Tirgearr @rararesources #blogtour #romance #suspense

By | November 21, 2020

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the blog blitz for Warwick’s Mermaid by Ellie Gray, and sharing my review once more. It was published by Tirgearr in October 2017, and is available for kindle via Amazon, via Smashwords, and in other e-formats from Apple, for Nook and for Kobo. Many thanks to Rachel… Read More »

#Review: A Little Christmas Hope by Kathryn Freeman @KathrynFreeman1 @rararesources #blogtour #romcom #Christmasread

By | November 21, 2020

It’s an absolute pleasure today to be joining the blog tour for the latest book from Kathryn Freeman, A Little Christmas Hope: independently published, the third in the Christmas Wishes series, it’s now available for kindle via Amazon in the UK and US. My thanks to Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for the invitation and… Read More »

#Feature: Celebrating 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (Part 6) – the 2010s, with Julie Cohen @julie_cohen @RNAtweets #RNA60

By | November 21, 2020

So, last in series – and we’re coming up-to-date with the 2010s today. Just in case you’ve missed the series, I’ve had a lovely week welcoming RNA authors to look back at their favourite romance reads through the decades in celebration of 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. On Monday, it was Sheila O’Flanagan… Read More »

#Feature: Celebrating 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (Part 5) – the 00s, with Miranda Dickinson @wurdsmyth @RNAtweets #RNA60

By | November 20, 2020

Ready for the 2000s? Today it’s the fifth in my series of articles where RNA authors look back at their favourite romance reads through the decades to celebrate 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. It’s a real pleasure to welcome Miranda Dickinson choosing her favourites… As the Romantic Novelists’ Association turns a sensational 60… Read More »

#Feature: Celebrating 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (Part 4) – the 90s, with Jeevani Charika @RhodaBaxter @RNAtweets #RNA60

By | November 19, 2020

And today we’re moving into the 1990s – the fourth in a series of articles where RNA authors look back at their favourite romance reads through the decades to celebrate 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. Today I’m delighted to welcome Jeevani Charika – you might also know her as Rhoda Baxter – recalling… Read More »

#Feature: Celebrating 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (Part 3) – the 80s, with Jill Mansell @JillMansell @RNAtweets #RNA60

By | November 18, 2020

Ready for the third part of my series? RNA authors are joining me every day this week, looking back at their favourite romance reads through the decades to celebrate 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. Today it’s the 80s, and I’m really delighted to welcome Jill Mansell as my guest – and I think… Read More »

#Feature: Celebrating 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (Part 2) – the 70s, with Sophie Weston @sophiewestonbks @RNAtweets #RNA60

By | November 17, 2020

Welcome to the second in my series of articles where RNA authors look back at their favourite romance reads through the decades to celebrate 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association. Today it’s the 70s – and I’m delighted to welcome Sophie Weston remembering some of her personal favourites. Did you vote for your favourite… Read More »

#Feature: Celebrating 60 years of the Romantic Novelists’ Association (Part 1) – the 60s, with Sheila O’Flanagan @sheilaoflanagan @RNAtweets #RNA60

By | November 16, 2020

Many of you will already know that it’s the Romantic Novelists’ Association’s 60th anniversary this year – a year when the celebrations have necessarily been a little more muted than planned for the most obvious of reasons. But perhaps this has also been a year when readers have appreciated romantic fiction more than ever before… Read More »

#Review: When I Come Home Again by Caroline Scott @CScottBooks @simonschusterUK @RandomTTours #blogtour #WhenIComeHomeAgain #WW1

By | November 12, 2020

It’s the final day of the blog tour, and at long last I can share my review of the wonderful When I Come Home Again by Caroline Scott. Published on 29th October by Simon & Schuster, it’s now available in hardback, audiobook and on all major e-book platforms: the paperback will be available in June… Read More »

#Bookblitz: Harper’s Highland Fling by Lizzie Lamb @lizzie_lamb @lovebooksgroup #lovebookstours #publicationday

By | November 12, 2020

It’s a real pleasure today to be joining the book blitz fanfare for Harper’s Highland Fling, the latest book from the wonderful Lizzie Lamb, published today and now available both for kindle and in paperback. My thanks to Kelly at Love Books Tours for the invitation and support. I’m so delighted to see a new… Read More »

#Feature: Why write? with Leslie Tate, author of Love’s Register @LSTateAuthor #guestpost

By | November 11, 2020

It’s always a pleasure to welcome Leslie Tate as my guest here on Being Anne: in 2016 I reviewed a section of the imaginative autobiography, Heaven’s Rage (you can read my thoughts again here), and in 2018 hosted an excellent guest post entitled “What’s in a genre?” to mark the release of Violet (you’ll find that one… Read More »

#Feature: Pandemonium, written by Gail Aldwin @gailaldwin, illustrated by Fiona Zechmeister @fionazeichnet @VictorinaPress #picturebook #children

By | November 9, 2020

In my almost eight years of blogging, I don’t think I’ve ever featured a children’s book before – it was never a conscious choice, just that I don’t have children/grandchildren/great-grandchildren so it’s not a sector of the book market I know very much about. But I have featured author Gail Aldwin before: a review of… Read More »