What fun it was to appear on this blog – thank you so much, Jill for letting me spend time in your book cafe. xxx
This week I’m delighted to feature author Angela Petch. Angela is an award-winning and bestselling writer of fiction – plus the occasional poem.
Every summer she moves to Tuscany for six months where she and her husband own a renovated watermill which they let out. When not exploring their unspoilt corner of the Apennines, she disappears to her writing desk at the top of a converted stable. In her Italian handbag or hiking rucksack she always makes sure to store notebook and pen to jot down ideas.
The winter months are spent in Sussex where most of her family live. When Angela’s not helping out with grandchildren, she catches up with writer friends.
Over to Angela,
This was the most difficult question to answer as I listen to so much music and have quite an eclectic taste.
I find Ludovico Einaudi so relaxing to listen to, and of course, he…
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