Library visit decides on smelly century

26th February, 2016

Julie visited Oakdale Library, Poole on Friday 19th February with a talk: Just how smelly was the 18th century? Eleven children heard about life at the time of the Smugglers’ Town Mysteries, and were shown some of the resources Julie uses for research. There were readings from The Thirteenth Box and there were also  artefacts to… Read More

Just how smelly was the 18th Century?

31st December, 2015

Julie will be visiting Oakdale Library in February, get further details here:    

Both titles now available on Amazon Kindle

11th September, 2015

I am thrilled that, at last, The Face of Sam is available in e-book format for Kindle. The cost is just £2.63. Don’t forget, The Thirteenth Box is also available for Kindle, priced £2.40. Find it here: Have you read them? If so, why not write a review on Amazon or on Goodreads… Read More

Mudeford Arts Festival

3rd July, 2015

Julie will be joining Christchurch History Society at this year’s Mudeford Arts Festival. The Festival, held each year on Mudeford Green close to the quay,  is taking place on Saturday 01 August  11am – 6pm and Sunday 02 August 11am – 4pm. Julie will be signing copies of her books and is happy to chat… Read More

Julie Guest Author at BOSCARS

15th June, 2015

Julie was thrilled to be invited to be guest author at the BOSCARS 2015, the book ‘Oscars’. The event is a highlight in the year for young members of Bournemouth Libraries’ Chatterbooks groups. The event is part of the Reading Agency’s promotion of reading. The Boscars Book Awards has been running for 11 years in Bournemouth and made up of 11… Read More

Friends of the Red House Museum

15th June, 2015

Julie was delighted to present a talk, Tales from a Smugglers’ Town and Beyond, to a packed room of members of the Friends of the Red House Museum on 6th May, as part of the Friends’ afternoon talks series. The Red House Museum, Christchurch, was built in 1764 as a parish workhouse and is one of… Read More