Author Archives: lindahuber

New book on the way! #amwriting #travel And it’s set by a lake in Switzerland…

Several years ago now, I self-published the Lakeside Hotel series, five feel-good novellas about Stacy from Cheshire and Rico from N.E. Switzerland. It was fun, and a restful contrast to my rather gloomier psychological suspense fiction, but I always felt … Continue reading

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1989, or: the Trabi in the supermarket car park… #memories #Berlin

My Christmas read this time was Val McDermid’s 1989, a great book and a year I remember very well. In 1989 we were living in the same town in N.E. Switzerland, a little further from Lake Constance than we are … Continue reading

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2022… The best of times and the worst of times #NewYear

If anything taught us that nothing lasts forever, it was 2022. The moment we got used to the covid numbers going down, up they went again. As soon as we were accustomed to calling one person ‘the prime minister’, someone … Continue reading

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After the Christmas market… #SilentSunday #travel

It was a snowy Saturday night in St Gallen. This is the last post now until January. After nine years, my blog is in dire need of a good clear-out, and I suspect that might not be as easy as … Continue reading

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Classic Comfort Reads… with Maureen Myant

The idea behind the Classic Comfort posts is that each featured writer chooses a favourite title from the classics – we’ll define ‘classic’ as pre-1940 – and a favourite comfort read, a book they always return to, for whatever reasons. … Continue reading

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Mixed news… #books

This is the blog post that should have gone out last week, after the scheduled release of my new book The Un-Family on the 14th. The bad news is, due to an Amazon glitch (they needed proof – twice – … Continue reading

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#SilentSunday #sledges

I was at the Swiss National Museum last week, and found these… See you next week!

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Classic Comfort Reads… with Georgia Rose

The idea behind the Classic Comfort posts is that each featured writer chooses a favourite title from the classics – we’ll define ‘classic’ as pre-1940 – and a favourite comfort read, a book they always return to, for whatever reasons. … Continue reading

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A 99p offer, an island and a town…

From the Isle of Arran to the English market town of Bedford – that’s the journey Nina Moore made in my third book, The Attic Room. Having learned that a man she’d never heard of had left her a house, … Continue reading

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Fountains… #travel #water

For the past few weeks, I’ve been taking photos of fountains in our local area here in N.E. Switzerland, some in our little town, others in St Gallen, our nearest city. There’s quite a variety… First up – our town’s … Continue reading

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