Monthly Archives: August 2016

Tales from the Chicken House: The Corn Conspiracy (part 2)

Sandra Lindsey/ August 15, 2016/ free stories/ 2 comments

As mentioned previously, I’m writing a serialised story for our village newsletter. You can find part 1 here (I’ll wait for you to come back)… Now! On to part 2, which appeared in July’s edition of the newsletter…   Tales from the Chicken House: The Corn Conspiracy Mrs B was just settling down for an afternoon snooze inside the chicken

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The places I’ve been…

Sandra Lindsey/ August 6, 2016/ My books/ 0 comments

To celebrate the launch of Under Leaden Skies this week, I’ve been on a little blog-tour. If you’re interested, and you missed any of the links I posted on the day of each appearance, the links are gathered here: Charlie Cochrane interviewed me on Wednesday. I was so pleased when she agreed to host me on her blog, as she’s

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Sunderland flying boats

Sandra Lindsey/ August 4, 2016/ My books/ 1 comments

I was going to write here a post filled with all the awesomely fantastic facts I learned about Sunderland flying boats during the course of my research, but then I thought: really? I know I’m super-interested in them, but that’s because I’ve been reading & learning about them for over 4 years now… and it did take me a week

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Popping up all over the place!

Sandra Lindsey/ August 3, 2016/ My books/ 0 comments

Today I’ve been visiting The Macaronis to chatter about research and one of my favourite places online for doing that, and I also popped my head round the door of Charlie Cochrane’s gaff. She grilled me – mercilessly, I tell you! – with a whole range of writing-related questions. So, if you want to know who I’d call on to

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Out in the wild at last!

Sandra Lindsey/ August 2, 2016/ My books/ 0 comments

So, Under Leaden Skies was released yesterday. I find I’m feeling a lot more higgledy-piggledy about it than I thought I would… I mean, I’ve known these characters for 4 years! I put their story to one side for at least 2 years, but still they nagged at me, and I’ve been wanting to share them and their story with

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