It’s been such a delight to be interviewed by Sarah Tinsley: really insightful questions about sense of place in fiction, plot structure, the benefits of framed narratives, the attributes of a vivid love story… and more!

See Sarah’s post below and visit her blog for some great interviews, reviews, writing tips and links to her creative-writing workshops!

I came across this book thanks to being a member of the brilliant Women Writer’s Network. In a state of gloom thanks to the clocks going back (toddlers can’t tell the difference) and impending lockdown, I decided to escape to Italy with Valeria Vescina’s book That Summer in Puglia. I’m so glad I did. I […]

Escape To Italy With Valeria Vescina’s ‘That Summer in Puglia’ — Sarah Scribbles

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