Erica at Felixstowe Book Festival 2015

by Madeleine | 2nd June 2015

On Sunday 28th June, in the afternoon, Erica will be talking about The Dandelion Years at Felixstowe Book Festival. Find out more and book tickets Read More

New Poster for The Dandelion Years

by Madeleine | 20th May 2015

The Dandelion Years is published in paperback on the 18th June 2015. Find out more and read an extract. Read More

Birthday on the Lake

by Madeleine | 2nd April 2015

A wonderful surprise birthday cake celebrating Erica’s immensely popular novel Summer at the Lake   Read More

Erica on BBC Radio Suffolk

by Madeleine | 26th February 2015

Erica with Lesley Dolphin, host of BBC Radio Suffolk’s afternoon show, at BBC Radio Suffolk studios on 24th February 2015. Read More

Erica visits Clays the printers

by Madeleine | 15th February 2015

On the 11th February 2015 Erica visited Clays the printers to sign 2,000 copies of The Dandelion Years. Read More

Erica at Suffolk Libraries Bookfest 2015

by Madeleine | 9th February 2015

Erica James in conversation with Lesley Dolphin at  Lavenham Village Hall on Saturday 14 March 2015 at 7.30 pm Read More

ERICA GOES DUTCH!

by Erica | 30th April 2013

It was publication day on the 23rd April for Een Huis vol Vrienden – The Hidden Cottage.  This is my eleventh novel to be published in Holland, so warm greetings to all my Dutch readers. Read More

AVAILABLE FOR KINDLE – SEVEN GREAT NOVELS BY ERICA JAMES

by Erica | 29th April 2013

Seven Great Novels by Erica James available from 4th April, 2013 – Kindle Edition £29.99 on Amazon. Read More

SMILE PLEASE!

by Erica | 29th April 2013

You’d think that having my photograph taken to accompany a piece I wrote for the Daily Mail in February would be a relatively quick process, but you’d be wrong! Firstly, having chosen very carefully what I was going to wear, I was told by the make-up artist and photographer that I would have to change […] Read More

AN ALADDIN’S CAVE OF TREASURE

by Erica | 29th April 2013

During my whistle-stop of the North West of England, I visited many bookstores, but Broadhursts of Southport was undoubtedly the most interesting.  Selling both new and secondhand books, it’s an Aladdin’s Cave of treasure.  It’s the first bookshop I’ve ever been in where they have an open fire for customers to warm themselves by, which […] Read More

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