21 thoughts on “#GuestPost: That Summer at the Seahorse Hotel …the journey! By Adrienne Vaughan @adrienneauthor

  1. That was brilliant! Having read and loved That Summer at the Seahorse Hotel it was lovely to know a little bit more of the behind the scenes. Although a bit of Aidan Turner wouldn’t have gone amiss LOL
    Great blog post as usual, Sharon. Thank you and thanks to Adrienne, too!
    Isa xx

    1. Aha Isabella, I nearly had fifty fits I can tell you! Thank goodness the lovely bartender in my hotel made me a very soothing Bloody Mary – while Al pulled the plane apart searching for my notebook. (I’m saving the Poldark story, more research as you well know!) X

  2. Thank you Sharon, such wonderful memories of that trip, I loved going back. And such a relief about the notebook … Al was an ex marine and would have made a fitting hero in any romantic novel. #justsaying And as for Poldark? … I’m saving him, as you well know! X

  3. Another great blog Sharon, I don;t know how you do it. So lovely to see Adrienne with a new book (which, by the way, I am devouring). I didn’t know that Adrienne had met Aiden Turner, she hardly ever mentions it. (just kidding). I would enter the giveaway but I already have the kindle download and the paperback, anyone would think I was a FAN, or something.

    1. I agree Sharon is just brilliant, such a fantastic supporter and a beautiful (and successful) writer herself. We’re so lucky to have her in the ‘flock’. Who’s Aidan Turner anyway??? 🙂

      1. Oh, give over! My heart does a double beat just reading his name! You are sooo lucky! I’m working on the follow-up to This Other Eden and my hero, Eliot, is basically Aidan with a Yorkshire accent. I think I should get to meet him “for research” too! 😂😂😂

  4. Thank goodness, you didn’t lose your notebook! Interesting close-up on your writing journey. It’s a great book! Thank you for the stories.

  5. Fabulous post, Sharon! So lovely to read about some of Adrienne’s inspiration for her gorgeous new book.
    (What about Al Balparda, though! Imagine Ade’s lit a few candles in his name!!)

    1. Wish I’d nabbed a picture with Al. So handsome and charming, some of Ross was definitely based on him, especially that ‘don’t mess’ attitude. 🙂 Why didn’t I have Lizzie Lamb with me??? Mind you I ignored Dustin Hoffman in favour of Russell & Bromley, but don’t start her on that one. X

  6. Such a glorious post, Sharon & Adrienne. So descriptive and entertaining. I’m currently reading the book and thoroughly enjoying it. Thanks for sharing your journey with us, Adrienne. Lovely review, Sharon! Xx

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