Another Faber Academy Success

17 May

The Faber Academy only ran one Novel Writing course in Glasgow, and I was lucky enough to be on it with a crowd of talented writers being tutored by Janice Galloway.  Now it’s time for another book launch – on Thursday in Waterstones Argyle St, Glasgow at 6.30pm – for the historical novel by Ethyl Smith Changed Times. Ethyl is a great storyteller, and I’m really looking forward to reading the novel which I first read in its early stages during the Faber course.

The Amazon blurb reads: Charles II is on the throne, the Episcopacy has been restored, and southern Scotland is in ferment. The King is demanding superiority over all things spiritual and temporal and rebellious Ministers are being ousted from their parishes for refusing to bend the knee. When John Steel steps in to help one such Minister in his home village of Lesmahagow he finds himself caught up in events that reverberate not just through the parish, but throughout the whole of southern Scotland…

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    Hi Colette, I reblogged this, hope that’s ok -great work!

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