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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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Bookgoodies Author Interview

What inspires you to write? I can’t remember a time when I didn’t write. I kept a diary full of secrets and dreams when I was at school, always locked away from prying eyes. I then started writing short stories and after having a few published in women’s magazines, I moved on to writing novels. […]

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Awesome Gang Interview

Tell us about yourself and how many books you’ve written I’m a “Geordie lass” from Newcastle upon Tyne, in the north east of England. The origin of the term causes many an argument and it depends on your family folklore. It could be after “Geordie’s men”, who were local followers of King George II, the […]

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What’s in a name?

The UK recently welcomed our newest member of the Royal Family. Princess Charlotte Elizabeth Diana of Cambridge – surely the stuff of fantasy and fairytale? It may be a bit sexist these days to say so, but doesn’t every little girl want to be a princess? To my generation, Diana was the ultimate fairy princess. […]

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An Interview with Sue

These are questions that people have asked me recently. If you have a burning question, feel free to ask here. DO YOU WRITE ABOUT PEOPLE YOU KNOW? Not exactly, but I do use incidents that have happened or bits of conversations I might have overheard. I’m a terrible eavesdropper. I’m that woman on your train […]

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