Author interview: Cathy Bramley

8 Jul

Today I’m delighted to be the latest stop on Cathy Bramley’s blog tour for The Plumberry School of Comfort Food. Fellow blogger Zarina interviewed Cathy and the answers to the different questions are appearing each day on the tour stops so please do check out the other blogs that are taking part.

Cathy BramleyCathy is the author of the best-selling romantic comedies Ivy Lane, Appleby Farm, Conditional Love, Wickham Hall and The Plumberry School Of Comfort Food. She lives in a small Nottinghamshire village with her husband, two teenage daughters and Pearl, the Cockerpoo.

Her recent career as a full-time writer of light-hearted romantic fiction has come as somewhat of a lovely surprise after spending eighteen years running her own marketing agency. However, she has always been an avid reader, hiding her book under the duvet and reading by torchlight. Luckily her husband has now bought her a Kindle with a light, so that’s the end of all that palaver.

Cathy loves to hear from her readers. You can get in touch via her Facebook page or on Twitter.

Cathy Bramley’s quick fire choices:

Reading or writing?

Reading

EBook or paperback?

Paperback

Victoria sandwich or lemon drizzle cake?

A small piece of both

Twitter of Facebook?

Facebook

Ivy Lane, Appleby Farm or Wickham Hall?

Ivy Lane for humour, Appleby Farm for gorgeous Lakeland setting, Wickham Hall for secrets.

Thanks Cathy and Zarina!

PlumberryThe Plumberry School of Comfort Food is out now in paperback and ebook formats.

Verity Bloom hasn’t been interested in cooking anything more complicated than the perfect fish finger sandwich, ever since she lost her best friend and baking companion two years ago.

But an opportunity to help a friend lands her right back in the heart of the kitchen. The Plumberry School of Comfort Food is due to open in a few weeks’ time and needs the kind of great ideas that only Verity could cook up. And with new friendships bubbling and a sprinkling of romance in the mix, Verity finally begins to feel like she’s home.

But when tragedy strikes at the very heart of the cookery school, can Verity find the magic ingredient for Plumberry while still writing her own recipe for happiness?

 

2 Responses to “Author interview: Cathy Bramley”

  1. Cathy Bramley 8th July 2016 at 6:18 pm #

    Thank you for being part of my blog tour! Xx

    • Amanda 10th July 2016 at 9:16 pm #

      You’re most welcome Cathy! Thank you for your support of One More Page :-)

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