Tag Archives: Kate Long

Something Only We Know by Kate Long – a writewyattuk review

You know that paragraph at the beginning of books, explaining that what you’re about to read is a work of fiction, with names, characters, places and incidents purely down to the author’s imagination? When I read a Kate Long novel … Continue reading

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The Long road to literary success – in conversation with Kate Long

As someone who struggles to find the time to finish his own books, it’s fair to say I’m impressed by Kate Long’s work ethic and her take on the whole process. And from what I’ve since learned, I’d say this … Continue reading

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Where true Northern grit meets real romance

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, writewyattuk turns its focus to Bad Mothers United, Kate Long’s newly-published and long-awaited sequel to her best-selling 2004 debut novel, The Bad Mother’s Handbook. WHILE there seems to be an overwhelming compulsion for … Continue reading

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