Rebecca Mascull’s first novel THE VISITORS is published by Hodder and Stoughton, released in hardback and e-book, January 2014 and in paperback, summer 2014. She is currently working on a new novel set in the eighteenth century. She lives by the sea in the East of England with her partner Simon and their daughter Poppy.
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'iPads haven't killed the slow-burning novel. Jane Austen would be just fine today' - argues novelist @rebeccamascull http://t.co/28V9g3qxxi — Emma Barnett (@Emmabarnett) March 10, 2014
brainpickings.org: This is a super article from Brainpickings about Antoine de Saint-Exupery, one of my favourite writers, and his feelings about the Sahara and solitude.
Thanks so much to Josie-Anne Gray, who has written the most marvellous review of THE VISITORS on The Dock website: http://www.thedock.info/latest-news/the-visitors-a-review Here it is in full: The Visitors, a review Posted on March 7, 2014 The Visitors Rebecca Mascull Hodder and Stoughton Reviewed by Josie-Anne Gray Over the past year…