Sometimes In Bath is going on tour with Rachel's Random Resources, if you wish to participate please contact me on rachel@rachelsrandomresources.com with your name, blog name, preferred post type and availability. 

Sometimes In Bath by Charles Nevin

Genre: Historical Fiction, Literary Fiction, Short Stories, Humour

Tour Dates: 4th - 8th May 2020

Publication Date:  October 28, 2019

Formats available: Kindle Copy, PDF, UK Paperbacks and Limited International Paperbacks

Standalone Book

Estimated Page Count - 266

Types of post available: Reviews, Extracts, Guest Posts and Q&As

Purchase Link: http://bit.ly/NEVINEWBOOK

 

Sometimes in Bath is a captivating story-tour through the city’s history conducted by Charles Nevin, the award-winning journalist, national newspaper columnist, author and humorist.

 

Beau Nash, Old King Bladud, young Horatio Nelson, Jane Austen’s Mr Bennet, the Emperor Haile Selassie and many more spring to life in episodes shimmering with the curious magic of Britain’s oldest resort and premier purveyor of good health, happiness and romance for the last 2000 years.

 

Each story has an afterword distinguishing the fiction from fact, adding enthralling historical detail – and giving visitors useful links to Bath’s many sights and fascinations Sometimes in Bath is warm, witty, wistful and will be loved by all who come to and from this most enchanting and enchanted of cities.

About Charles Nevin   

Charles Nevin has written for, among others, the Guardian, the Independent on Sunday, the Daily Telegraph, The Times and Sunday Times, and the New York Times. Sometimes in Bath is his second book of fiction following Lost in the Wash with Other Things, a collection of short stories. He has also published three books of non-fiction – Lancashire, Where Women Die of Love, a paean to the neglected romance of his native county; The Book of Jacks, a history and lexicon of the name, and So Long Our Home, a history of Knowsley Road, the famous old ground of St Helens Rugby Football Club. Charles lives in an old watermill near Bath, which is ideally placed for his forays into the enchanting city.

Follow Charles Nevin

Website: www.charlesnevin.co.uk

  • Charles Nevin Twitter

© 2017 - 2020 by Rachel's Random Resources.