Ep18 Caroline Angus-Baker and the Valencian Flood

Caroline Angus Baker profileToday’s episode kicks off the mini-series on novels set in Spain.

I talk to Caroline Angus-Baker author of  Blood in the Valencian SoilVengeance in the Valencian Water and currently preparing Death in the Valencian Dust.

Yes, you guessed right, Caroline is a little bit in love with Valencia and in this podcast she tells us why. She also shares her writing process and how she stays in touch with Spain even though she now lives in New Zealand. You can check out all her books and maybe even help her with her research, by visiting her website carolineangusbaker.com/2014/09/07/help-and-hear-a-writer-about-spain/

Blood in the valencian soilIf you would like a bit more information on the Valencian Flood, which plays a key part in Caroline’s 2nd helping of the Secrets of Spain trilogy, have a look at this post why-does-valencia-have-the-biggest-garden-in-spain

In this podcast, I also flick through Lisa Sadleir’s new book: Moving to Spain with Children. You can check it out here: familylifeinspain.com/new-book-moving-spain-children/

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2 Comments

  1. I didn’t get to hear the 3 series but expect to finish it tomorrow. So far Caroline you make it sound like a wonderful way to spend ones life.

    Thanks, pat

    • Hi Pat,
      Thanks so much for your comment, I’ll pass it on to Caroline. Did you know that her Canna Medici books are free today on the Kindle store? (If you don’t have a Kindle, there are some apps for computers and mobiles.)

      Thanks again for stopping by,
      Pilar

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