Bea’s Witch by Daniel Ingram-Brown / #Interview #BlogTour @lolasblogtours @dibrownauthor

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The future can be rewritten.

On the eve of her twelfth birthday, Beatrice Crosse runs away from her adoptive home only to encounter the ghost of England’s most famous prophetess. The witch offers her treasure, but can she be trusted? Bea must wrestle her past to discover the witch’s secret and find her way home.






– When and where do you prefer to write?

When I write my first draft, I love to go to a café by the river close to where I live, partly so that I’m not distracted by other jobs, and partly for the incentive of cake! Bea’s Witch is set in the town where I live, so I can look out across the river to Mother Shipton’s Cave, birthplace of the 16th Century prophetess, and the tourist park where much of the book is set. I also like…

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