Emma Cole


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A pseudonym used by Susanna Kearsley

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Some of you have written to me asking what the title of the new book means, and why it’s spelled wrong.
“Bellewether” is, in fact, the original Middle English spelling of the word bellwether.

Apart from its literal meaning—a sheep that wears a bell to lead the flock—the term can also apply to a predictor or harbinger of something.
Without spoiling the story, I can tell you there’s a character who... Read more of this blog post »
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“I believe there are no random meetings in our lives― that everyone we touch, who touches us, has been put in our path for a reason. The briefest encounter can open a door, or heal a wound, or close a circle that was started long before your birth...you never know.”
Emma Cole, Every Secret Thing

“beginning was a problem in itself, in that this story started long before my birth. In many ways, it isn’t even properly my story; yet I chose, at last, to start where I came into it, and let the tales of those who came before me weave their way into the narrative. Not everyone who spoke to me survived. And there were stories I learnt later, that were placed throughout the”
Emma Cole, Every Secret Thing

“They also serve, who only stand and wait.”
Emma Cole, Every Secret Thing



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