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"Divining The Line ... is a cleverly constructed novel with an amazingly convincing extensive cast of characters, with insightful interchange of plot and sub-plot being almost imperceptibly manipulated. A sensitive portayal of lives and loves unfolds and leads inexorably towards a touching conclusion....." 30 / 9 / 11 Anthea Lay. - Kelly Bray
Nothing Ever Happens Here . Ann Foweraker "After I finished this book I had one big question – why on earth hadn’t it been published before? I had started reading it without any expectations but soon was drawn into the lives of these ordinary people and with that empathy was right with them as things began to go horribly wrong so was hooked to the end, not wanting to put the book down and even near to tears at one point. Reading ‘Nothing Ever Happens Here’ by Ann Foweraker was as vivid as watching a film of the story and I think it should be made into one!" Christine Haywood - Gunnislake
Some Kind of Synchrony - Ann Foweraker "I had difficulty in logging off from reading ‘Some Kind of Synchrony’, as I so wanted to know what happened next! ‘The Story’ contained within the original story and following some of the original’s events was really interesting, but when ‘The Story’ then seemed to be taking over the original scenario, it got quite scary, but without doubt became very exciting and fast moving. Judy Q
The Angel Bug - Ann Foweraker "From the moment I clicked onto The Angel Bug I was hooked.
It is at the world renowned Eden Project in Cornwall where an unexpected discovery is made, a discovery that could make seismic social changes to the world we live in." RF
A Respectable Life - Ann Foweraker - "She’s done it again! Not only an enjoyable read set in the lovely Cornish countryside, but once more a novel giving us food for thought, as she manages to make us think about a topical problem by weaving it into the life of a quiet Cornish village where some extraordinary things begin to happen to a resident who is leading a busy respectable life! A good read, where we are expertly taken into the minds of the two main characters; one wrestling with earlier experiences, and the other on a much darker journey! Hard to put down." ML
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October 2016 - Paperback launch of A Respectable Life - a packed village hall for readings and questions and a pop-up Art Show to link with the interests of the central character and featuring the Artist Anthea Lay (The Big Painting Challenge BBC2) who also painted the scene used as the cover for the novel.
May 2015 - Paperback version of Some Kind of Synchrony launched at Waterstones, Plymouth.
June 2014 - Out and About with my new talk 'How to Write a Book in an Hour - and other Tales' for interested groups including WIs - contact through Contact Ann or on 01579 350468
PAPERBACK version of Nothing Ever Happened Here - launched April 2014
Paperback version of The Angel Bug - November 2013
++ JULY 1st (2013) set as launch date for new Ann Foweraker novel 'The Angel Bug'
** Three ANN FOWERAKER novels now available as ebooks from AnnMade.co.uk - go to BOOKS to download (PDF) first 3 chapters free! Divining The Line Nothing Ever Happens Here Some Kind of Synchrony
Annmade BOOKS are also available in a few select outlets in Cornwall.
Annmade is at Callington Country Market in Callington, Cornwall, most Wednesday mornings, where, should you be in the vicinity you could meet me face to face and get your purchase personalised with a dedication. Country-market website address: www.country-markets.co.uk
Upton Cross Art & Craft exhibition and sale - Upton Cross, Cornwall, August 9th - 17th 2014 - see checkout page for details nearer date
St Dominick Church, Craft Fair, St Dominick. 3 days in May and 3 days in November - see checkout page for details nearer dates