Author Archives: Rosemary Noble

About Rosemary Noble

Writer, author, amateur historian and traveller

Writing In Tuscany

What a great week – I kept thinking of the quote from She Stoops to Conquer, which I appeared in twenty years ago now (a college production, I hasten to add). – “I love everything that is old; old friends, … Continue reading

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Isabella Muir – Guest Post

Occasionally I feature a guest on my blog – this time I am delighted to welcome fellow Chindi author, Isabella Muir. Isabella has written a series of Agatha Christie type crime stories set in 1960s Eastbourne – she is a … Continue reading

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Almost on my Way

It was a useful research trip to Norfolk last week for my children’s book, Ella Midnight and the Mystery of the Missing Nose. The weather was disappointing but we had one reasonable day for a walk on the beach and … Continue reading

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Buongiorno – time to speak Italiano

Breathe again. The Arundel Festival is over for another year. We made £286 for Cancer Research – down on last year but people are unwilling to spend money with so much uncertainty. The final weekend was particularly difficult with blistering … Continue reading

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What’s Next?

We are in the throes of Arundel Festival which is going well for Chindi at the moment. I have sold out of Search for the Light and am having to restock, which is great. One lady who bought one on … Continue reading

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Life Goes On

The audiobook of Search for the Light is now live. I have some free credits if anyone is interested. Maybe I will do a blog tour for it when I have the inclination. Its’s been a fairly terrible month losing … Continue reading

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Audiobook – I pressed Approve

I’m not sure when it’s going live, but I have approved the audiobook. My finger hovered over that button for days. Why? It felt a huge step into the unknown. It’s been an intense process listening so carefully to my … Continue reading

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