Carol Rivers

Mother-of-three Carol Rivers, whose family comes from the Isle of Dogs, East London, now lives in Dorset. Visit www.carolrivers.com and follow her on Facebook and Twitter @carol_rivers

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Carol Rivers
Q. What’s your fantasy profession?

A. Deep sea diver

Q. What are your 5 favorite songs?

A. Tracks of My Tears, Unchained Melody, Some Say Love, Changes, Morningtown Ride

Q. If you could eat only one thing for the rest of your days, what would it be?

A. Nuts of all types.

Q. Do you have one sentence of advice for new writers?

A. Keep writing, keep editing. Editing is the hardest but most valuable.

Author Voices

March 31, 2015

Why the title, "The Values of Newsletters, Google+, FB, Twitter"? Well, because the value is in the connection. Great ways for writers to get to know more about their readers. And even more so now after the publication of my recent first Newsletter - the next will be in summer when my new book Lizzie of Langley Street is published. Social media such as Google+, FB and Twitter, are perfect vehicles for learning more about your lives and what you enjoy reading. These little pearls of information help me to know where you're coming from and how I can improve in delivering my stories to you. Almost everyone has a computer in the house and I'm happy to say... see more

March 09, 2015

Blitz of London. Blitz recipes as Eastenders sometimes referred to them, were in fact, the smartest recipes we have ever known. The Blitz began a whole new way of life for Londoners. The blackout, the bombing, the shortages of food in the Blitz and after, created homespun recipes designed to keep people slim and fit. Austerity recipes? I hear you gasp. Well, yes, but great recipes all the same. Blitz recipes avoided the more harmful fat and preservatives we eat today. Coupons were a way of life during the 40's and 50's. Rationing didn't completely end until the mid fifties. In those 15 years, we changed from a hungry nation into a healthy one and our... see more

March 09, 2015

Hello everyone! Marking WORLD BOOK DAY I have just had confirmation from my publisher that LIZZIE OF LANGLEY STREET is to be published in July of this year, ahead of Lizzie’s sequel THE FIGHT FOR LIZZIE FLOWERS. I’m really looking forward to a double celebration and can’t wait to hear your comments on social media, especially since my Google+ posts brought in such a lot of interest at the mention of this month's Newsletter (so excited at my first publication!) and my slimming Blitz recipes – yes, we were a slimmed-down nation in the 1940’s, without any effort at all. And I’m enjoying cooking these recipes again,... see more

January 30, 2015

“Get out there and knock it down!” So say the awesome Three Degrees during the Breakfast Show of late January 2015. Now celebrating 50 years in the entertainment business, the band we all recognise for their unique and soulful voices, are hitting the road on their tour of Britain. This from Valerie Holiday, who joined the group in 1967; “In some cases, we may not have always succeeded but we have never given up. It still amazes me when we see teenagers singing along with our songs. And yet we still have the fans who have grown with us.” This struck a chord with me and I’m sure a lot of writers if they were watching.... see more

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