Author Archives: Rosemary Noble

About Rosemary Noble

Writer, author, amateur historian and traveller

Elizabeth is Missing

My book club read Elizabeth is Missing by Emma Healey last month. It reminded me somewhat of Mark Haddon’s Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nightime. This time the protagonist is not an autistic teenager but an elderly woman … Continue reading

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New Books Progressing

I have been working on my granddaughter’s book and, although I have no idea if it will be worth publishing, I can see the end of the first draft. It will need beta testing once edited, to see if it … Continue reading

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Oh, What a Busy Month!

Where to begin? It’s been another crazy month. I have begun another book, apart from the children’s one I am writing. This one will mix the present day and the past. I have no title, my first three chapters are … Continue reading

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Author, Carol Thomas, is my guest today

Fellow Chindi Author Carol Thomas is celebrating the release of her new book, Maybe Baby, and I have invited her to talk about it on my blog today. I have it on my kindle to read and I know I … Continue reading

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A Beautiful Weekend

Lovely warm spring weather is forecast. Time to get out in the garden and away from the laptop for a change. I have been driven mad today by freezing pages, crashing, WordPress changing its format so I no longer know … Continue reading

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The Year Ahead

I’ve had a busy couple of weeks with visitors and attending the launch of Chifest 2019. Now I have to get down to work. My to-do list is almost longer than me (my fault for being short). Last night our … Continue reading

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Maybe it was the shingles jab I had at the beginning of the week that has me feeling utterly exhausted. I like to think of myself with boundless energy, slaying the dragons of apathy and an empty retirement. Didn’t I … Continue reading

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