Thursday, November 15, 2012

Peggy Riley: shedworker

Whitstable-based author, Peggy Riley, has written what is expected to be one of next year's best-selling novels, Amity and Sorrow, in a beautiful blue shed at the bottom of her garden, writes Shedworking's Literary Editor Sarah Salway.

The book, which is a story of God, sex and farming, will come out in March 2013, but is already gathering rave reviews from advance readers. And now the atmosphere inside the beach-hut themed shed moves from America to war-torn Germany and the Isle of Man as Peggy gathers inspiration for her second novel through the maps you can see behind her.

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  1. I think that cabin has issues! The wall behind her while she is speaking is beginning to twist at the locks, this will lead to leaking, I think she should buy some clear mastic and run it on the out side lock top to bottom! And to be safe also on the inside wall.