‘An impressive debut… refreshingly inventive crime fiction.’ Continue reading The Irish Times
‘With absorbing characters, it wears its history lightly, and Paulson-Ellis manages the time-hopping neatly.’ Continue reading The Independent – Historical Fiction Round Up
Here’s a great article about, The Other Mrs Walker from the Scotsman.
I love the way it combines a news angle about the books acquisition with some of the social issues the book touches on around what happens if someone dies alone.
The piece featured in Scotland on Sunday on Sunday 24 January, 2016 with the headline, ‘Novel about the loneliest death attracts crowd of publishers’. This included some fabulous quotes from the Rev. Alex McAspurren of North Leith Parish.
He may not know it, by the Rev. McAspurren was the inspiration behind my indigent funeral rota in the novel.
‘Thoroughly enjoyable and highly recommended.’ Continue reading Nudge Books
I’ve joined Twitter. Find me @mspaulsonellis for bookish fun and games. Continue reading @mspaulsonellis
Delighted to announce the launch of, The Other Mrs Walker will take place on Wednesday 9th March 2016. Continue reading BOOK LAUNCH – 9 March 2016
The wonderful exhibition 26 Childrens’ Winters at Edinburgh Museum of Childhood has transmogrified into an online Advent Calendar.
Go to 26 Stories for Christmas and each day, as we count down to Christmas, a new sestude will be revealed.
It’s all in aid of charity, It’s Good 2 Give. Donate now and spread some Christmas cheer!
I think I’m Day 7…
26 Childrens Winters has gone live! Continue reading 26 Blogs