Tuesday, 1 July 2014

Authors Who Deserve More Recognition #2

The next author I think deserves more recognition is Kate Morton, author of many amazing stories of love, loss and history intertwined with modern day.

I absolutely adored The House At Riverton and I highly recommend it to anyone who loves historical romance or is looking for something new and heart-warmingly lovely to read. Kate's writing flows so beautifully, the scenes she sets are incredibly surreal and the every single one of the characters she writes about are brought to life, you just can't help but fall in love with them.

She writes stand alone books and has a few co-written books so if they're not listed go and check out her Goodreads account.

Below are all the links you'll need;

About The Author

Kate Morton grew up in the mountains of southeast Queensland, Australia. She has degrees in Dramatic Art and English Literature and is currently a doctoral candidate at the University of Queensland. Kate lives with her husband and two young sons in Brisbane. 
Kate Morton's books have been published in 31 countries. The House at Riverton was a Sunday Times #1 bestseller in the UK in 2007 and a New York Times bestseller in 2008. The Shifting Fog (now The House of Riverton) won General Fiction Book of the Year at the 2007 Australian Book Industry Awards. Was nominated for Most Popular Book at the British Book Awards in 2008. Her second book, The Forgotten Garden, was a #1 bestseller in Australia and a Sunday Times #1 bestseller in the UK in 2008.

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