I was so pleased when I became an ambassador for the Zuri Project Uganda and even more so when I was discussing the project with my lovely friend Bhasker Patel who too became interested in the project and went on to join me in becoming an ambassador. We are looking
I am proud to have recently become an ambassador for the Zuri Project Uganda. They are a UK registered charity that supports the design, implementation and monitoring of a variety of locally led development projects in rural impoverished communities in south western Uganda, that work towards alleviating multidimensional poverty. Currently,
I’m delighted that A Year in the Life of a Playground Mother has been reviewed by the renowned blogger Nest of Books. Please follow this link to read the full blog.
I’m delighted to announce that Bookouture has acquired World English Language rights to three of my novels from the Madeleine Milburn Literary, TV & Film Agency. Publishing Director Claire Bord says, ‘Christie has established a solid fanbase with her first novel. There is huge potential to keep growing her readership,
Read the article from the Daily Telegraph, published on 28/11/2014 as part of the HSBC series on personal economy and written by Rachel Halliwell.
Read the interview with the Talented Ladies Club, including the inspiration for my writing, advice for other aspiring writers and how I felt when I discovered I had reached #1 in the Amazon UK and USA charts. Read the full interview here.
More than 50 ladies turned out to enjoy the second literary lunch held at The Belle Epoque in Knutsford on Thursday, October 9. Organised by Sue France, the ladies enjoyed a morning workshop with motivational speaker Sue Tonks before settling down to a delicious lunch in the opulent surroundings of