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Tracy Rees: Catching a dream and soaring to Richard & Judy bestseller heights

I am absolutely delighted to welcome historical fiction author Tracy Rees on to my blog today. In 2015, Tracy won Richard and Judy’s highly competitive Search for a Bestseller competition with her debut novel, Amy Snow and won hearts the world over with her engaging, memorable heroine. Since then, it has been quite a whirlwind for […]

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Behind the scenes: Bestselling author Louise Jensen & chronic pain

Today I extend a huge welcome to Louise Jensen, bestselling author of psychological thriller, The Sister. Her second novel, The Gift, will be published on 16 December 2016 (It is available now for pre-order). Louise’s journey to publication has not been straightforward. Read her inspiring story below of how she has suffered with chronic pain for […]

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How a dyslexic child turned into a best selling author

I am delighted this week to invite author Sara Alexi onto my blog. Author of The Greek Village series, Sara’s journey from child ‘misfit’ to bestselling author is astonishing, moving and deeply inspiring. What were you like as a child? As an undiagnosed dyslexic, my childhood was tough – I didn’t quite ‘get’ the world […]

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Notes from the Calais ‘Jungle’ – How can WE help?

The ‘Jungle’ migrant camp in Calais was recorded as being home to well over 10,000 people, a vast patchwork of people from the world over seeking a better life. As we are faced with an escalating number of disturbing images coming out of Syria as well as well as the camp being dismantled, we need […]

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The 9 year old who read 100 books in a year

This is Lola Sanchez Farmar. She is the nine year old daughter of my great friends, Rebecca and Pablo. I recently discovered that between July 2015 and July 2016 Lola read a whopping 100 Books. I couldn’t quite believe my ears. 100? Really?  Lola’s situation is a little (or a lot) unusual. Let me rewind a […]

http://rebeccastonehill.com/childrens-book-reviews/the-9-year-old-who-read-100-books-in-a-year/

Interview with Scott Mullins from This Is Writing

An interview I did with Scott Mullins from This Is Writing is now live! Click here to read it. There were some really interesting questions which I had to think hard about, for example how I would define creativity, and what’s my greatest fear as a writer. Loved it! Thanks Scott. (Find him on twitter and […]

http://rebeccastonehill.com/the-poets-wife/interview-with-scott-mullins-from-this-is-writing/

Rejected for 25 years: Author Angela Marsons on her journey to success

Angela Marsons’s momentous journey from unknown author to best-selling crime writer since signing with Bookouture in September 2014 has been nothing short of astonishing. Her crime series, revolving around the nail-biting cases of D.I. Kim Stone have regularly topped the charts and thus far her books have been translated into fourteen language. Her books are […]

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Guest Post from Author Renita D’Silva

Five-time author Renita D’Silva is interviewed this week on her writing life and inspiration behind her bold, colourful novels that confront difficult and often taboo issues from within India, the country from which she hails and describes as “a land of disparities.” In her books, Renita explores the invisible threads and secrets that both bind families […]

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