Join Lost in Books as we interview the popular novelist Liz Fenwick and chat about her life as a writer, hear how Cornwall manages to find itself as a frequent setting for her books, and get a little closer to her latest novel, The Path to the Sea. Without fail, Liz Fenwick always manages to combine her love of the Cornish landscape and a blend of emotional human stories to create compelling novels that readers can easily fall in love with.
This week, we are delighted to interview local author Amanda James, who has written over 15 books and never seems to run out of ideas. As an author who writes thrillers full of intrigue with hints of mystery, as well as uplifting women's fiction, it's easy to see why readers fall for her books. Her latest novel, The Cornish Connection, a psychic detective thriller set in Padstow, is out now - and we have a feeling readers won't be left disappointed.
This week marks the release of A Summer to Remember in Herring Bay by Angela Britnell. As an author who was born and grew up in Cornwall, she now lives in Nashville, Tennessee, and she has written over 30 books. Many of her novels feature love stories set against the backdrop of beautiful places - and her most recent book is set in Cornwall, however things might not be all as you'd expect.
In celebration of the release of A Summer to Remember in Herring Bay, we are excited to share this interview with Angela, telling readers all about the book and what they can look forward to when reading it.
This month, we are thrilled to welcome author Kitty Wilson to our blog. Her book series, The Cornish Village School, features characters you just can't help but fall in love with - and all of these books are set in Cornwall. The most recent release, Happy Ever After, culminates in the finale of the popular romantic comedy series.
Join us and read on to discover more about Kitty Wilson, her writing and her latest book, Happy Ever After.
To mark summer solstice, we have put together a selection of some of our favourite and most loved nature books. This year, as the world has slowed down and we’ve all had to adapt to life at home, it’s given us more opportunity to stop, take a look around, and be more in tune with nature and all its wildlife.