Author Archives: Loretta Livingstone

About Loretta Livingstone

I write, and I want to tell people about my books. That's why I started this blog. It's all very new, so I will probably make mistakes, but - here I am! Blogging!

#Uplifting Authors – September 2017

Originally posted on The L. Palmer Chronicles:
Photo by Chris Lawton on Unsplash In case you missed it, Monday (9/1/17) I wrote a post on how you can help in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. Since then, wildfires have covered…

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Those Embarrassing Book Signings

We’ve all had them, haven’t we? The book signings where hardly anyone turns up. What can we learn from them? Are they even worth doing? Helen Hollick invited me to do a guest post on her blog, so come on … Continue reading

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An Impossible Dream – or is it?

For some years now, I’ve had an unlikely dream. Not, it’s not about my books – there’s a surprise! I am passionate about big athletics events like the Olympics, World Athletics Championships, the Commonwealth Games, and the European Athletics Championships. … Continue reading

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Book Dragon Review

I’m thrilled to share this lovely review by Katy Huth Jones from her #bookdragon blog. If you like clean reads it’s well worth you checking out this site. Here’s the link: Book Dragon  

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About me

Watching the wonderful Aly Dixon run this marathon. She has been leading for miles. Whether she wins or not, this is an amazongly gutsy run which no Brit will ever forget. Run, Aly, Run. Source: About me

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12th Century Dress – the Bliaut

Originally posted on A Damsel in This Dress:
Mention a medieval dress to someone and the odds are the image they have in mind is a loose frock with long sleeves. Type ‘medieval’ into Google, eBay or etsy – and…

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Historical Fiction Cover Winner July 2017

Originally posted on Vintage Treasures:
Do you love historical fiction? What makes you choose one book over another? For most of us, the cover is the first thing that attracts our attention.  Each month I will be choosing my ‘Pam’s…

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