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Virtual Book Club: Dianne Ascroft introduces The Yankee Years

Today I’m delighted to welcome Dianne Ascroft to Virtual Book Club, the interview series in which authors have the opportunity to pitch their novels to your book club.  Dianne Ascroft writes historical and contemporary fiction, often with an Irish connection. Her series The Yankee Years is a collection of Short Reads and novels set in…
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Virtual Book Club: Kassandra Lamb introduces Anxiety Attack

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Kassandra Lamb to Virtual Book Club, the interview series in which authors have the opportunity to pitch their books to your club.  Writing and psychology have always vied for first place on Kassandra Lamb’s Greatest Passions list. In her youth, she had to decide between writing and paying the bills….
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Virtual Book Club: Meet Cindy Rinaman Marsch

Today I’m delighted to welcome Cindy Rinaman Marsch to Virtual Book Club, my interview series in which I give authors the opportunity to pitch their latest releases to your book club. Cindy is a debut novelist in her 50s who spent decades reading and teaching writing after college, laying material in store for this new season…
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Virtual Book Club: Nik Perring

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Nik Perring to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about their latest releases. If you’d like to pose a question, you’ll have the opportunity to do so at the end. Nik Perring is a short story writer and the author of five books….
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A Celebration of Reading, by Outside the Box: Women Writing Women

When we produced Outside the Box: Women Writing Women, we asked readers to take a risk. To step outside their comfort zones and try something new. An author or a genre they hadn’t experimented with in the past. This was no small ask. As Will Gompertz, arts editor for the BBC pointed out earlier this…
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It’s Complicated: An Exploration of the Mother Daughter Relationship in Fiction

As much by accident as design, the mother-daughter relationship takes centre stage in several of my novels. I tackled it first in Half-truths & White Lies where my main character Andrea only discovered the truth about her mother after it was too late to ask any questions. In my novel An Unchoreographed Life the relationship…
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Virtual Book Club: Kristin Gleeson introduces Along The Far Shores

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Kristin Gleeson to my blog. Originally from Philadelphia, Kristin is married to a Cornishman and lives in the West Cork Gaeltacht of Ireland, where she teaches art classes, plays harp, sings in an Irish choir and runs two book clubs for the village library.   She holds a Masters in Library…
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Guest Post: by featured author Orna Ross

Orna Ross describes herself as a conscious creativist, a term she coined to describe those who apply the creative process to all aspects of life. She writes and publishes novels, poems and the Go Creative! books and is Founder/Director of the not-for-profit, global association for author-publishers, The Alliance of Independent Authors (ALLi). The Bookseller has…
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Meet the Author: Roz Morris

I’m delighted to welcome Roz Morris back to my blog. Roz has published nearly a dozen novels and achieved sales of more than 4 million copies – but nobody saw her name because she was a ghostwriter. She is now proudly self publishing as herself with two acclaimed literary novels My Memories of a Future Life…
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