After several months off from podcasting from Morocco, I’m back with a bonus episode of Why Morocco. I’m chatting with my friend and author Adrienne Chinn about her two books The Lost Letter from Morocco, set in Morocco and The English Wife, set in Newfoundland, Canada.
Adrienne began developing her latest historical fiction novel The English Wife at my dining room table in Marrakech back in 2018 and the book was released on the 24 June 2020. The time-split historical romance is set between Norwich, UK and Newfoundland, Canada and follows the tale of an aunt and her niece who end up in Newfoundland. Or so we think. I won’t say anymore. But rather, just grab a copy.
For a bit of air chair travel, her first novel, The Lost Letter from Morocco, was a real page-turner as the characters set out in locations around Morocco including Marrakech, the Atlas Mountains, and even to coastal Essaouira for the Gnaoua Festival.
Listen in as Adrienne and I chat about her novels, writing style and approaches and why she too is so inspired and filled with creative energy when visiting Morocco.
To find out more about Adrienne at: http://www.adriennechinn.co.uk/
Find her books The English Wife or The Lost Letter of Morocco on Amazon or your preferred bookstore.
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