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The Errant Hours (Arrowsmith) Paperback – 20 Nov 2015
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"Kate Innes's glorious first novel is a lyrical joy. Up there with the best of Pat Bracewell and Elizabeth Chadwick, it offers utter immersion in an intricate, plausible world. A must read for the autumn." Manda Scott
About the Author
Kate Innes was born in London and lived and worked in America and Zimbabwe, but now exists happily amidst the history and natural beauty of Shropshire with her husband and three children. She was trained as an archaeologist and worked as a Museum Education Officer around the Midlands. After several writing courses, she expanded her repertoire (previously short poems only) to write 'The Errant Hours', based on real events in the Welsh Marches during the Thirteenth century. Kate has been writing and performing poetry for many years, usually with a particular focus on animals, art or the natural world. These poems, associated research and thoughts are posted in her blog and through @kateinnes2 Kate runs writing workshops, works collaboratively to write community poems and undertakes commissions and residencies. James Wade produced two beautiful maps for the book. He studied architecture at St John's College, Cambridge and Harvard and worked in London until 1996 when he moved to Shrewsbury. In addition to his architectural work, he enjoys drawing and painting and has undertaken a number of illustration projects.
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What amazed me throughout the novel was Kate's attention to detail, whether she was writing about a book, a fabric, a birth or whatever and her horses were amazing. Such a rich and colourful book. I can't wait to read the sequel.
Made especially good by me having knowledge of the area where the book is set.
Characters are engaging and realistic and you travel with them throughout the book.
Can't wait for the sequel which is promised by the end of the year.
Buy this book!
A great book to mention to your local book groups friends.
Come on Kate write us another soon please!
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