10 November 2018 * 2pm
Exmoor Store, 1 Friday Street, Minehead TA24 5UB
Tracey is a self-confessed Exmoor addict who would like to make it perfectly clear she’s NOT seeking a cure. In fact, after many years living in the United States, she’s planning her return to the area where she ‘sleeps the best and breathes the deepest’.
Join Tracey at the Exmoor Book Fest for a humorous conversation about life as a homesick expat. Then follow her through her writing process. Dunster’s Calling is now a tale of the bond between a girl and her pony, and a woman and the country she left behind. But it didn’t start out that way …
Dunster’s Calling was a runner up in the 2016 Shelf Unbound Best Indie Book Competition. Tracey’s short story, ‘Scooby-Doo and Hobnobs’, received an honourable mention in the humour category of the 2018 Jade Ring Contest. It’s been published in the Wisconsin Writers Association Anthology. Visit http://www.traceygemmell.com for more details.
Reviews for Dunster’s Calling:
‘It is a remarkable writer that can take you on a journey that allows you to feel something beyond the scope of your own experience and leave you changed because of it. Tracey Gemmell is that writer, and Dunster’s Calling is that book.’ Kashmira Sheth, author of Boys Without Names
‘Perfect for Anglophiles, horse-lovers or anyone who wonders if their life has played out the way it should.’ Pauline Wiles, author of Saving Saffron Sweeting
‘I would read this book again just for pure enjoyment! Moreover, this book has piqued my interest, big time, for a visit to Exmoor one day… it’s been added to my bucket list!’
5-star Amazon review
2 thoughts on “10 Nov ’18: An Audience with Author Tracey Gemmell”
Hi Elke, Thanks so much for doing this. I would just ask that you correct the spelling of my name to GEMMELL on the Exmore Store page (I havenât checked all sites yet) â thatâs double âLâ before I share it. Thanks! See you soon.
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Now I’m home, I can see everything on something bigger than my phone screen! I just noticed that you say the proceeds from Dunster’s Calling support the EPC. That suggests everything goes to them. It should read “a percentage of royalties”. Maybe no one will notice but I’d like to be upfront about it so nothing come back on me for fraud!
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