Author Archives: Rosemary Noble

About Rosemary Noble

Writer, author, amateur historian and traveller

Radio Broadcast

Preparing for this book launch has been full of new experiences. The craziest was the film we made – it’s not released yet. But I will share the photo. Another fun hour was making a radio programme which broadcast on … Continue reading

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Six Days To Go

Ranter’s Wharf becomes available on Amazon on April 15th as an e-book and on the 27th as a paperback. For the first time, I am also trying out Kobo, Scribed, Apple etc. It’s an experiment to see if it really … Continue reading

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Book Trailer for Search for the Light

I’ve just had lots of fun playing around with Powerpoint. You can’t sell books without marketing and with the launch coming up, my launching colleagues are brainstorming continuously. Now we’re thinking of a virtual launch for out friends overseas. What … Continue reading

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Ranter’s Wharf Synopsis

This is what I have settled on. When Betsy, a strong and determined spinster, of independent means, adopts her motherless nephew, she doesn’t mean to fall head over heels in love with the child. When she plucks William from the … Continue reading

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New Blurb for The Digger’s Daughter

I experimented after Christmas with a new blurb for Search for the Light on Amazon. It didn’t work. Sales went down, so I reverted back to my old one. So I am now experimenting with this blurb for The Digger’s … Continue reading

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Ranter’s Wharf Cover

Thanks to Verite CM in Worthing I now have my cover. The image is courtesy of the Primitive Methodist Museum. It’s an image of Thomas King, an itinerant Primitive Methodist preacher on his mission to Grimsby.

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Is Search for the Light a romance?

In February we have Valentine’s Day – the month for lovers and romance. But romance comes in all sorts of guises and may not be the same now as it was in the 19th century, when a woman depended on … Continue reading

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