Author Archives: Marguerite Kaye

Celebrating the Release of THE TRUTH BEHIND THEIR PRACTICAL MARRIAGE

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED. Thank you so much to all who entered here and over on Facebook. Congratulations to my winners, Chasity, Penney and Kelly, who have now all been contacted. Out today in print and digital, in the … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading

Last week I had to empty all my (many) bookcases in order to paint the dining room/library/sewing room, and needless to say I got very distracted going through all the hundreds of books. I came across so many that I … Continue reading

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Celebrating the Release of Invitation to a Cornish Christmas

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED. Congratulations to my winner, Debbie Cooban. Thank you to everyone who entered here and over on Facebook, your answers made me smile. Invitation to a Cornish Christmas is out today in digital and print in the … Continue reading

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Pizza (not so) Express!

When I was a nipper (we’re going back quite a bit here – so far that the internal combustion engine had just been invented) pizza was an exotic ‘foreign’ dish. There were no ready-made pizzas available in the supermarket, though … Continue reading

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A Walk Through Edinburgh’s New Town: History and Hostelries

I love Edinburgh – though I have to confess to avoiding it when it’s at its busiest, during the Festival and at the peak Christmas/Hogmanay season. But those two periods aside, I never tire of the city which seems to … Continue reading

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New Covers

Of course I’m biased, but I think I have some fabulous covers coming soon for my October and November releases. First up, my fun duet with Bronwyn Scott, which is set in the fictional village of Porth Karrek, Invitation to a … Continue reading

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A Walk Through History – Edinburgh’s Old Town

Edinburgh is one of my absolute favourite cities for all sorts of reasons, but I do tend to favour the New Town, simply because it’s not quite as crowded with tourists. Edinburgh has always been a major international tourist destination … Continue reading

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What I’ve Been Reading – Non-Fiction

I have to confess that I’ve not read much non-fiction at all lately. My research reading time (which is usually first thing in the morning) has been consumed by my need to get words on the page. My Gothic romance, … Continue reading

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