Today, I’m delighted to welcome my Ocelot Press fellow author and friend, Sue Barnard, to the blog. Sue’s novels often take inspiration from classic works of literature, including Shakespeare. Her The Unkindest Cut of All is set in the present day, but takes Shakespeare’s play, Julius Caesar, as its starting point. It’s our Book ofContinue reading “The Father of the Leap Year: Guest Post by Sue Barnard”
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Meet the Ocelots: Lorenzo from ‘The Ghostly Father’
Today it’s my turn to interview another Ocelot Press author’s character. And I’m so pleased that it’s Fra’ Lorenzo, the gentle friar from Sue Barnard’s The Ghostly Father. Here he is above in a lovely drawing by Sue’s friend, Kay Sluterbeck. Sue’s novel is an alternative version of Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet. Like many people,Continue reading “Meet the Ocelots: Lorenzo from ‘The Ghostly Father’”
Meet the Ocelots this Week!
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We can’t believe it’s already 18 months since Ocelot Press went live. Over the next few weeks we’ll be celebrating with a series of blog posts and character interviews and there’ll be a chance to buy some of our e-books for discounted prices. So definitely watch this space. For starters,…
Alternative Endings & Unanswered Questions: Guest Post by Sue Barnard
A few months ago, Alison Morton was my guest, talking about alternate history. Today I’m very pleased to welcome back my friend, author Sue Barnard, who’s talking today about alternative endings to famous stories. Her latest novel, Heathcliff, was published yesterday and it’s a great read. I know, because I had a sneak peek aContinue reading “Alternative Endings & Unanswered Questions: Guest Post by Sue Barnard”
History People: Sue Barnard, Writing the Book You Want to Read
It’s always a pleasure to welcome my friend and fellow author Sue Barnard onto the blog. She tells us how the advice to “write the book you want to read” led her into historical fiction. I’ve had a sneak peek at Sue’s latest book, Heathcliff (more about it below), and so I know you’re inContinue reading “History People: Sue Barnard, Writing the Book You Want to Read”
History People #5: Sue Barnard, Random and Retrospective?
Sue Barnard is not only a friend and fellow Crooked Cat author, but she’s also my editor! Today, she’s here with her author hat on, though, to tell us about her approach to the history she includes in her own books. Take it away, Sue.
On the Chaise Longue with Vanessa: Meet Author Sue Barnard
On the Chaise Longue with Vanessa: Meet Author Sue Barnard I’m very pleased to welcome back my friend and fellow Crooked Cat author Sue Barnard – who is also my editor! She is a lady of many talents and has a range of short stories, poems and three published novels to her credit. She wrote aContinue reading “On the Chaise Longue with Vanessa: Meet Author Sue Barnard”
The Role of the Editor: Guest Post by Sue Barnard
I’m delighted to welcome my friend and fellow Crooked Cat author, Sue Barnard, to the chaise longue this week. Not only is Sue an author in her own right, but she’s also an editor. More precisely, she is my editor. And a cracking job she did, too, of The House at Zaronza. She saved meContinue reading “The Role of the Editor: Guest Post by Sue Barnard”