I first came across Robbie Cheadle when we both contrributed to the first of Dan Alatorre’s horror anthologies. Subsequently I read and reviewed “Through the Nethergate” in a Goodreads review round.
It was also thorugh her that I discovered TSL publications. When I approached them about my latest book, “Called to Account”, I found a publisher dedicated to supporting authors without ripping them off.
I am so pleased to have Robbie Cheadle as my guest author at last. I know, you expect crime writers to be my guests. but today is an exception. Just look at her body of work.
Let’s find out about Robbie.
Robbie Cheadle has published nine books for children and one poetry book. She has branched into writing for adults and young adults and, in order to clearly separate her children’s books from her adult books, is writing for older readers under the name Roberta Eaton Cheadle.
Robbie Cheadle’s Sir Chocolate children’s picture books are written in sweet, short rhymes that are easy for young children to follow and are illustrated with pictures of delicious cakes and cake decorations.
Each book also includes simple recipes or biscuit art directions that children can make under adult supervision. Her books for older children also incorporate recipes that are relevant to the storylines.
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