We are delighted to welcome Kitty Wilson, author of popular The Cornish Village School series, back to the Lost in Books blog. This time, she tells us all about her festive new release, Every Day in December, how it came to be and what inspired the book, and her very own tips for romance writers.
This month, we are thrilled to be chatting with authorJackie Taylorwhose book,Strange Waters, is being released this week.Strange Waters is a collection of short stories set in Cornwall with themes of climate change, the Cornish landscape, and human relationships.
We are thrilled to be chatting with YA author Clare Owen whose first young adult book, Zed and the Cormorants, is released this week. Zed and the Cormorants is set near Lostwithiel, so we couldn't wait to learn more about this stirring gothic debut that's been described as 'a Daphne Du Maurier for the 21st century'.
To mark our second post in a series of Women Writers: The American Dream, we are pleased to welcome a fresh string of classic American writers to the Lost in Books blog, ones whose stories and words are still treasured today.
Classic books. There's something timeless about them isn't there? In an exploration of American classics, we wanted to bring our readers a taste of brilliant eclectic words written by women authors from across the pond – ones that you might know, others that perhaps you may not in a new series of blog posts.
We know 2020 hasn’t been the best year for everyone. So, as times change and throw all sorts of unexpected curveballs, we decided to do something a little different too. We are proud to reveal we are now running a bespoke, vintage book subscription service and literary counsel which we hope readers will enjoy.