Monthly Archives: January 2016

It’s got to be relatable and real: Lucy Holliday

By Roz DeKett Lucy Holliday has three books coming out in the space of a year, and they all rest on Hollywood icons. But far from being biographies of her chosen three (Audrey Hepburn, Marilyn Monroe, and Grace Kelly) they … Continue reading

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We’ve all got a book in us: Elizabeth Jackson

By Roz DeKett Elizabeth Jackson’s second novel, Kicking Over The Traces, takes the reader through a dramatic year in the life of her gypsy heroine, Florence. When her mother dies, leaving Florence nothing but a red coat, she gives up … Continue reading

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