Five Photos … with June Kearns
Two down, two to go. So lovely to see June on Sharon’s blog today. Do go over and read the whole interview if you have time.
I’m super excited today to welcome another member of the New Romantics Press to my blog. Following on from Lizzie Lamb’s lovely post, I’ve invited June Kearns to share her five photos with me, and she has responded magnificently. I’m a huge fan of June’s books – she even managed to convert me into reading about a cowboy, and did it so well that I’ve never forgotten the delicious Colt McCall! Here’s the lovely June to explain why she chose these five photographs.
Thank you so much Sharon, for the chance to take part in this blog. I’ve loved seeing other people’s special photos.
1. First picture is of my Grandad – the one with the laurel leaves round his neck. I think he’d won a bicycle race.
One of my earliest memories is of sitting on my grandfather’s knee under a thick blue cloud of pipe tobacco smoke, (home-grown…
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