Due to Health and Safety protocols, the Trembleath April Book Tour has been cancelled. A rescheduled programme will be made available accordingly. It is imperative that we all stay safe during this time of uncertainty and look after one another. If you are struggling, please reach out to loved ones, friends, family, neighbours – there is no shame in asking for help.
There will be a VIRTUAL BLOG BOOK TOUR starting 20 April – 1 May. Details to follow.
Thank you so much P Turner Book Blog for a lovely review of Trembleath. It’s reviews like this that keep me on my creative path. There is more to find out about Amelia Scott in the sequel, if all goes to plan, it should be available beginning of November 2020.
Find out about my inspiration behind the location of Trembleath in this article at TripFiction as part of their #TalkingLocationWith series.
I first visited Cornwall at the age of 21 and fell in love with her charm, beauty and magic. There is something powerful about the ocean that I am drawn to; the sheer power behind the gravitational pull of the waters and her unchartered depths is captivating. Whilst visiting the many towns of the Cornish coast throughout the years, I found a raw beauty in the makeup of its inhabitants and the stories they have to tell. There are many local legends and urban myths held in this quaint part of the UK that are equally fascinating and disturbing, their links to a rich history of Pagan festivities that are celebrated to this day was inherently going to grab my attention. So it was to a hike on the moors that sealed the fate of my story and Trembleath was born. My heart will always belong to Cornwall.
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