Fireside stories with Wendy Robertson
One compensation for a cold March day is to be warm inside, especially if that includes sitting in front of a warm fire in a cosy room whilst the wind howls outside.
So it was, a few weeks ago, when I recorded extracts from Avril Joy’s latest book of short stories (more about that in a later blog) and Wendy Robertson’s latest novel Writing at the Maison Bleue in Wendy’s study in front of a crackling fire.
As always, Wendy’s books are extremely well researched, not just in factual or historical terms but also to give a great sense of place and wonderfully drawn characters which makes for a compelling story. I am sure you will enjoy the finished podcast with an introduction to 3 of the main characters to give a teaser for the rest of the story.
Wendy invites everyone to her book launch including wine and nibbles on Friday 1st May 7.30 – 9.30pm at The Teikyo University of Japan at Durham, Mill Lane, Durham DH1 3YB which can be found opposite The Oriental Museum.
CLICK HERE to listen to the podcast of extracts from Writing at the Maison Bleue