Book Tour: A Vicarage Reunion by Kate Hewitt


Blurb: Welcome to Thornthwaite, a quaint village tucked up in England’s beautiful but rainy Lake District, where homecomings and surprises await the four Holley sisters…

Esther Holley, the eldest in the family, has always had her life firmly in control until a miscarriage knocks her off course. Two months later, still emotionally spinning, she separates from her husband Will, a sheep farmer and man of few words and moves back in with her parents.

Life as a singleton thirtysomething living in her parents’ house is miserable, but Esther is determined to re-boot her life, including going on a few unfortunate dates. She’s shocked when tight-lipped Will shows up on her doorstep determined to woo her back. They’ve been married for seven years, but Will wants to return to the beginning, dating and getting to know each other again.

New challenges face them as they start over–and new chances too. Can Esther and Will save their marriage, especially when faced with the hardest decision of all?


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About the author: Kate is the USA Today-bestselling author of over 60 books of women’s fiction and romance. She is the author of the Hartley-by-the-Sea series, set in England’s Lake District and published by Penguin. She is also, under the name Katharine Swartz, the author of the Tales from Goswell books, a series of time-slip novels set in the village of Goswell.

She likes to read romance, mystery, the occasional straight historical and angsty women’s fiction; she particularly enjoys reading about well-drawn characters and avoids high-concept plots.

Having lived in both New York City and a tiny village on the windswept northwest coast of England, she now resides in a market town in Wales with her husband, five children, and an overly affectionate Golden Retriever.



Q&A with Kate Hewitt

When did you decide to become a writer?
I think I always wrote something creative from the time I was a small child, and I started pursuing publication in my early twenties, although I don’t think I ever dreamed I’d be able to make a living from it! I feel very blessed to be able to do so.
Do you try to set a number of words per day?
Yes, my goal is 3000 words a day (1 chapter) five days a week.
What struggles have you overcome as a writer?
I hope I never stop growing as a writer. I’ve learned to avoid pet phrases of mine, to overexplain or repeat things, and to cut out a lot of adverbs and unnecessary words. On a deeper level, I’ve learned to be gut-wrenchingly honest in my writing, and that can feel very difficult and vulnerable.
Which famous person, living or dead would you like to meet and why?
I’d love to meet William Wilberforce, because he was such an amazing and inspirational man. Or one of Jesus’ disciples, because they must have some incredible stories!
What advice would you give to aspiring writers?
I would tell them to write often and complete something. It’s so easy to just write the beginnings to things and not follow though. Actually completing a story or novel is a huge accomplishment, and can really spur you on. Also, if you want to get published, don’t give up! It takes a lot of tries, a lot of mistakes, and a lot of manuscripts.
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