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My Top 5… book trailers

This is my latest Top 5. Always being amended, like Desert Island Discs… Click the links to watch the book trailers. 1 ‘The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry’ by Rachel Joyce Buy nowClick here for Rachel Joyce talking about her writing process. 2 ‘The Aftermath’ by Rhidian Brook Buy nowClick here to read my review of The Aftermath. 3 ‘Frog Music’ by Emma Donoghue Buy nowClick here for my review of Frog Music. 4 ‘The Lie’ by Helen Dunmore Buy nowTo read my review of The Lie, click here. 5 ‘The Bear’ by Claire Cameron Buy nowTo find out why I loved The Bear so much, click here for my review. Which are your Top 5 book trailers? Do you agree with my other ‘Top 5’ choices?:- My Top 5… fictional heroes to follow on Facebook My top 5… music to write to My Top 5… novels in an English setting And if you’d like to tweet a link to THIS post, here’s my suggested tweet: Try a #booktrailer for a taster of a novel: here are My Top 5 http://wp.me/p5gEM4-1e8 via @SandraDanby
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My Top 5… author websites

There are some authors I love to read, there are others who I read because I learn something from their books. Here’s my list of the author websites I find useful. 1 Kate Mosse Heaps of writing advice, interesting snippets about her writing life and her latest books. Lots of depth, lots of content to explore. She blogs and tweets regularly. Click on the link ‘Kate’s Advice to Writers’ for writing advice from Kate and her creative writing teacher husband, Greg. To read an interview with Kate Mosse talking with The Independent about her new book, The Taxidermist’s Daughter, click here. To read why Kate Mosse says her skill is storytelling, rather than literary fiction, click here to read an interview with The Guardian. For my review of Citadel, the last of the Languedoc trilogy by Kate Mosse, click here. Buy the book 2 Susan Hill Another writer whose website is regularly updated, loads of book information and special offers, including exclusive short stories on Kindle, special book editions and signed copies. And she was born in Scarborough, North Yorkshire… like me! To read my reviews of Susan Hill’s books, including the fantastic detective series about Simon Serrailler, click here
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Categories: Book Love and On Writing.