Tag Archives: Rosemary Noble

What is Ranter’s Wharf About?

I’ve really struggled to describe my new book to people. I think the reason is that it’s very personal and may not fit with  current genres for historical fiction. But one of my beta readers has said that some chapters … Continue reading

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Novelists’ News

The good news is that Angela Petch is putting the finishing touches to her second novel and hopes to get it published when she returns from Italy later this month. Her first novel, Tuscan Roots, should be reviewed in Ingenue … Continue reading

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Rosemary’s Blog

Over the last few months I have experimented with my own writing blog. All the book marketing gurus say you have to build your own web presence. For indie authors, promoting your writing is not just difficult, it is something … Continue reading

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Cover of Soon to be published book

Can I ask our followers which version of my book cover they prefer – to be published in July 2015. Thanks

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Maryam by Rosemary Noble

I named her Maryam The child with eyes of brown Pools of sorrow, face of shame, Speaking of loss, despair For home, country, childhood

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Snow by Rosemary Noble

No snow here in the far south of the UK but elsewhere it has brought problems so I have dug this out of my writing file. Snow We wake, part curtains and see One softly falling flake, Delicate, insubstantial, transient … Continue reading

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The Train by Rosemary Noble

I caught a Southern train today Five years since my last commute I sat beneath a sky of grey Waiting for a train that’s late Ding dong the announcement’s played Broken train, electrical fault On the cold, hard seat I … Continue reading

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