Author Archives: Jackie Ladbury
Looking for an early #Christmas read to clear away the October cobwebs? Pick Happy Christmas Eve by @JackieLadbury! Out now in eBook and audio.📖 https://t.co/iR4K7jhHv8🔈 https://t.co/yiICUHzuZE pic.twitter.com/ZySiaVS5SW— Ruby Fiction (@RubyFiction) October 18, 2019 It’s that time again and this Christmas … Continue reading
Back in 2014 I started writing a historical novel based in The Potteries (Staffordshire) where I grew up. Stoke on Trent was the hub of the pottery industry from the early eighteenth century and most people don’t know that there … Continue reading
Maiden Flight by Betty Beaty, about an air stewardess falling for her pilot, was published by Mills and Boon in 1956! Well I never, a hardback Mills and Boon! I bought it on a whim from my local … Continue reading
via Getting to Know: The Write Romantics ~ an Anniversary Special!
I was going to call my second novel Stargazy Skies, a play on Stargazy pie because I mention the pie in my novel and there are a lot of star gazing references. I still think it’s a great title (my … Continue reading
I can’t remember what made me include comments loosly based on my old headmistress, in The Magic of Stars. Some subliminal thought process I guess, that must shape every writer’s imaginary world. The memory of my innocent school days and … Continue reading