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In our Author Interview with Catherine Leyshon we discover the inspiration for her wonderful short story ‘The Triumph of Goliatha Tremayne’
‘So, come five o’clock, I pull into the yard with a dozen yellow tulips on my car seat. They are glorious, resplendent, like an armful of sunshine, wrapped up in cellophane and tied with a shiny orange bow. I am inordinately pleased with myself, looking forward to making my entrance. What a great guy I have turned out to be.’
These Little Moments in Time by Lamorna Ireland is a beautifully poignant story set near Coombe creek in Cornwall. What if you could have one
The castle was built on a granite crag that rose out of the sea. Within twenty minutes of leaving the beach, they were circling its island. Tracey’s voice washed forward and backward, knowledgeable, and if one could hear her properly, it was probably very interesting.’ …seals, dolphins, sunfish…’…..’ …Norman Conquest… Benedictine monks…’
But Amelie’s attention had been grabbed by something else, something other than the history lesson being delivered in the round Cornish accent.
Even newborns respond to darkness
In our Author Interview with Alice Thomas we discover how Cornwall has shaped her writing and the animal she would be
Our author interview with April Lee Fields reveals a wonderful heart behind the mystical persona.
In our author interview with J C Berry we find out how Cornwall inspires and shapes his writing and his favourite books.
In our Author Interview with Francis Edwards, we discover that Francis grew up in Camborne at a time when the last few mines were closing
“Jess finished rolling out the pastry and started deftly turning a large potato in one hand, chipping small bite-sized chunks off with a knife before
“Doris sat in a rocking chair. The only light her fingers worked by was the blazing log fire in the hearth. The wind howled outside
“He became aware that he was awake and turned to look at Belle beside him. So close, so detached. Beautiful in the half light. He