For the UK Meet in Bristol, September 11-13, 2015, today author is Megan Reddaway: Megan Reddaway has been writing irregularly since she was a child. Her first success (as her mother is fond of reminding her) was a poem about horses, published in a children’s magazine when she was nine years old, but she soon abandoned poetry for fiction. She has had many jobs including secretary, driver, waitress and flower-seller, and now makes her living from freelance non-fiction writing. She lives in England.
Not Quite Shakespeare
Paperback: 350 pages
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (June 2, 2014)
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Take a ride to Northern Scotland on the famous train, the Jacobite, and rediscover desire. Get lost in the Peace Maze in Northern Ireland during a downpour and let a handsome young redhead come to the rescue. Take a tour of historical Blackpool on the English coast and set the stage for the perfect romance. From England to the outer isles, the UK holds treasure troves of romance, history, intrigue, and-naturally-quirky British humor. Not Quite Shakespeare samples it all in fifteen stories.
A man in London makes an accidental confession of sexual need to a virtual stranger who happens to be his boss. An American revisits West Sussex and rekindles an old flame with a romp in the stables. A couple finds their perfect third while vacationing on a pig farm in Yorkshire. In the office, on the race track, or in the kitchen baking bread-romance in the UK is alive and well, and full of sweet surprise.
Ninety-nine Problems by Becky Black
The Jacobite by Bette Browne
Illumination by Sam Evans
Wag, Not a Dog by Theo Fenraven
The Benefits of Hindsight by MA Ford
Apollo, Heathcliff, and Hercules by S.A. Garcia
Misadventures of Mislaid Men by Penny Hudson
Rough Tackle by Annabelle Jacobs
Bread and Butter Pudding by Jules Jones
First Contact by Rhidian Brenig Jones
Chanctonbury Ring by Sarah Madison
Tops Down, Bottoms Up by Jay Northcote
In the Doghouse by Chris Quinton
Wrong Number by Megan Reddaway
Best Vacation Ever by Rob Rosen
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