A special series of posts highlighting the ways in which a location can shape and influence a writer’s work. Each post consists of a guest piece by an author, photos they have supplied of a location that has been integral to their writing and my review of their book.
The Woods by Ron Geigle – the forests of the Pacific Northwest
Cauldstane by Linda Gillard – Highlands of Scotland complete with castles
Gillian Hamer – Falling in Love with Northern Wales
Jackie Mallon and Silk for the Feed Dogs – Milan and the fashion industry
Tess of Portelet Manor by Roy McCarthy – World War II on the Island of Jersey
Crossword by Alan Bricklin – espionage in Norway, Switzerland & Austria at the end of World War II
Wolf Pear by Dianne Gray – Northern Queensland, Australia comes alive – a wolf pear is a type of tomato!
Trails in the Sand by P.C. Zick – on writing Florida fiction
Green by Kristin Anderson – from the glittering streets of L.A. to the beautiful desert vistas of Southern California.
The CEO by Peter Ralph – gloves off expose of the corporate boardroom in Melbourne, Australia.
Dangerous Waters by NY Times Bestselling author Toni Anderson – Canadian west coast thriller with some steamy romance.
Tiger Tail Soup by Nicki Chen – World War II Japanese occupation on the island of Kulangsu with beauty and love rolled into the package!
Stayed tune for a post a month in this series 🙂
Good grief! More books to explore!