Confessions by Caro Land – author interview

To celebrate the publication of Caro Land's second novel Confessions, author Caroline England talks to me about her writing inspiration and publication journey. Caroline, thank you so much for joining me and congratulations on the publication of Confessions - your second novel writing as Caro Land! The hardest part of writing a book is often … Continue reading Confessions by Caro Land – author interview

Tylko Matka

The Polish edition of Only a Mother is out now! TYLKO MATKA… Erica Wright nie musiała ścierać ze ścian swojego domu napisu „MORDERCA” od ponad roku. Życie powoli wracało do normy. Ale kobieta wie, że jej syn, Craig, wkrótce zostanie wypuszczony z więzienia. A wtedy z jej życia znów zniknie spokój. …BY MU UWIERZYŁA Erica … Continue reading Tylko Matka

The Woman Downstairs is out now!

Now available in ebook! Can you ever really know your neighbours? When human remains are found in a ground floor flat, the residents of Nelson Heights are shocked to learn that there was a dead body in their building for nearly two years. Sarah lives at the flat above and after the remains are found, … Continue reading The Woman Downstairs is out now!

‘Only a Mother’ will be published 27th December 2018

Publication day for ONLY A MOTHER is getting closer! ONLY A MOTHER . . . Erica Wright hasn’t needed to scrub ‘MURDERER’ off her house in over a year. Life is almost quiet again. Then her son, Craig, is released from prison, and she knows the quiet is going to be broken. COULD BELIEVE HIM … Continue reading ‘Only a Mother’ will be published 27th December 2018

Guest Post: My writing day by Caroline England

Thanks for inviting me onto your blog, Libby. At least I think so - I have just spent the last twenty minutes tidying my study for the photograph! Hm, still doesn’t look very tidy, but it’s certainly the place where I’m most focused and productive! So, my writing day… I’ve hardly done anything at all … Continue reading Guest Post: My writing day by Caroline England

Is it ‘who you know’, or ‘what you know’? Does having industry contacts help a writer get a book deal?

Before I began writing novels, this was a question I often asked myself. I thought novelists belonged to a special kind of club only accessible if you knew someone already in it. I had only written short stories up until then and I wrote alone – I thought that was how it should be done. … Continue reading Is it ‘who you know’, or ‘what you know’? Does having industry contacts help a writer get a book deal?