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A tale of Cornwall, Christmas and Poldark

September 6, 2016

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Bye, bye, summer… Christmas is on its way. 🙂

Actually, it is very much still summer here in Staffordshire. It’s so warm and sunny outside that I am taking these babies into the garden to work on: the lush page proofs of Christmas at the Cornish Cafe, Book 2 in the Penwith series. It’s out this autumn – not very long now! There have already been a huge amount of preorders for the book, which is so amazing – thank you. xx

Christmas Cafe proofs

I’ve just got back from a week in Cornwall and if you’d like to see some of the photos of places that inspired the Cornish Cafe series, head to my Facebook page here.

You can find out all the latest news there and by following me on Twitter @phillipaashley although I’ll continue to update this blog with any ‘big’ news.

One thing I missed telling you is that the series is now available on Amazon US and Canada.

I’ve had a fabulous summer, book wise, and am so thrilled that Summer at the Cornish Cafe was such a huge hit. It’s been fantastic to get so many messages and reviews. I hope you’ll enjoy Christmas Cafe just as much. Meanwhile, once I’ve sent back the proof read pages to my publisher, I need to get stuck into the third Penwith novel, Confetti at the Cornish Cafe.

Take care, enjoy what’s left of the summer – at least we have Poldark to enjoy now the darker nights are here. And on that note, I’ll leave you with a few photos of the preview night I went to at the BFI last month. I was lucky enough to get tickets to see the awesome first episode and only a few rows back from the cast. Happy days. 🙂

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Phillipa x


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