Author: suelilley

Storyfinds Blog – Whatever the Weather

WHATEVER the WEATHER – Sue Lilley: Storyfinds blog 20.03.17 It’s well known we Brits are obsessive about the weather. It’s usually our first topic of daily conversation. But in our defence, for a small country, we do sometimes have the weirdest weather. The other day I bought a bunch of the first spring daffodils – […]

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Best Indie Books Interview

WHAT’S THE STORY BEHIND YOUR LATEST BOOK? High Hopes is my second novel. I’ve long had a fascination for secrets, how people go to great lengths to hide things and what happens when the truth comes out. In High Hopes, three old friends are confronted with a secret from twenty years ago. An adopted child […]

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New Year Wishes from Sue

Hi Happy New year to all my lovely readers. I hope this wet and windy January finds you in good spirits and ready to grasp the opportunities of 2017. I work full-time so it was lovely to have a rare fortnight off to spend with my new granddaughter. I still can’t believe I got old […]

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Winter Wishes newsletter

Hi Thank you so much for joining my author mailing list. It seemed only polite to send a few words about myself, in return. When I’m not escaping somewhere else in my imagination, I live in the north east of England, a few miles from the stunning Northumberland coastline and the famous Alnwick Castle, last […]

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High Hopes reviews from Indie Book Reviewers

Reviews for HIGH HOPES by Sue Lilley – Indie Book Reviewers: July 2016 1. “High Hopes” by Sue Lilley is definitely my kind of book. I adore the whole “real life” drama, situations, and ‘secrets from the past’ that reappear to cause imbalance in current life and how it shifts/tests relationships. While this is admittedly […]

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High Hopes reviewed by onlinebookclub.org

Review by bookowlie 30.04.16 ‪What if one drunken night resulted in a pregnancy? What if the sex happened to be with your oldest, best friend who then reconciled with, and married, his girlfriend? What if the child you secretly gave up for adoption tracks you down twenty years later? High Hopes by Sue Lilley is […]

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