A LITERARY WORLD An Interview with Uvi Poznansky I am always in awe of multi-talented people who have several careers and are successful in all of them. “If you want something done, give it to a busy person” springs to mind here. My guest today on A Literary World is one such person. Uvi Poznansky […]Read More
A LITERARY WORLD The French Life: An interview with Beth Haslam My guest today on A Literary World, is author and confirmed Francophile, Beth Haslam. I was honored and excited when Beth agreed to do an interview with me as I am a great admirer, not only of her books, but her passion and sparkle […]Read More
Emilie Flöge, Designer and Muse to Gustav Klimt Emilie Louise Flöge was an Austrian fashion designer and businesswoman. She thrived in an era when women’s rights and freedoms were restricted and her contribution to fashion history still lives on, especially among other designers. Emilie was also the life companion and muse of the painter Gustav […]Read More
Behind the Story: The Notebooks for “The Embroiderer”. Every author has their own way of working, and each story may have its own unique style in the way it is approached. Some authors are plotters, others are pantsters. To date, I have written two novels and three novellas and approached each one differently, but […]Read More
Blog 74 19/11/2018 A LITERARY WORLD: Discover the New World of Roma Nova with Author, Alison Morton.
A LITERARY WORLD Discover the New World of Roma Nova with Author, Alison Morton. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to discover a new world, especially one that is set within the Europe we are familiar with and if circumstances were right, could see ourselves booking a holiday there? Well look no […]Read More
Pierre Loti: The Ultimate Orientalist. It is said that a picture says a thousand words. In the case of Pierre Loti, the opposite is true. It is his words that paint the romantic imagery of the oriental world in a way that few other authors have been able to do. As someone with a profound […]Read More