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Phillipa Ashley

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Phillipa Ashley is an award-winning author of 17 novels under three pen-names.

Her best selling new Cornish Cafe series is available in e book and paperback now.

The first in a brand new series - Christmas on the Little Cornish Isles: the Driftwood Inn was published on September 18th.

She also writes the Oxford Blue series as Pippa Croft.

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Hi there.


Is it February already?


Yes, I know it’s been many many moons since I posted on here but I do have news. I have not one, but TWO, books out next week.


On Monday February 19th, the second book in the Little Cornish Isles series is released as an ebook. Spring on the Little Cornish Isles: The Flower Farm is set on the gorgeous fictional Scilly isle of St Saviour’s – on a farm that grows...

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“No one messes me around, I don't give second chances and I never waste tears over people who aren't worth it. I save them for the people who are.”
Phillipa Ashley, Just Say Yes

“Trump lookalike partner makes me want to giggle. Polly huffs in disgust. ‘Well.”
Phillipa Ashley, Confetti at the Cornish Cafe

“I don’t know exactly what life has in store for me, but my travels have helped me formulate a better idea of my immediate next move. Europe is where my heart lies, now; here in Paris, at a gallery or museum, or possibly Rome, where Alexander took me last winter.”
Pippa Croft, Fourth Time Forever

“Trump lookalike partner makes me want to giggle. Polly huffs in disgust. ‘Well.”
Phillipa Ashley, Confetti at the Cornish Cafe

“Ninety percent of all problems are caused by people being assholes.”
“What causes the other ten percent?” asked Kizzy.
“Natural disasters,” said Nib.”
Becky Chambers, The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet




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