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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: Jane Davis introduces An Unchoreographed Life

That’s right folks. I’ve hi-jacked my own author interview series to cast the spotlight on my 2014 novel, An Unchoreographed Life, one of two of my novels that are now available as part of Kindle Unlimited. You already know who I am, so let’s get straight down to the nitty gritty. Let’s start with the…
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A very special offer: Free Reads for Smart Women

I’m going to let you in on a little secret. A very special promotion called Free Reads for Smart Women is taking place this weekend (24th – 28th February). This will give you the opportunity to snap up twelve FREE books by twelve brilliant women. But ignore the dates on the flyer. You can get…
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My newsletter subscribers responded. I listened.

I received a massive 70% reply rate to a survey I issued to my newsletter subscribers. Thanks to them, I now have a fairly good idea how subscribers felt about the free copy of I Stopped Time they received in return for their email address.  They rated it 4.77 out of 5. 76% recommended it…
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Virtual Book Club: Meet Katharine D’Souza

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Katharine D’Souza to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they’d like to persuade your club to read. If you want to pose a question of your own, just add a comment at the end. Katharine writes contemporary fiction, most of…
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Why there seems to be more pressure with every new release

In May 2016, while completing the final edits for my novel, My Counterfeit Self, I learned that my 2015 novel, An Unknown Woman, had won Writing Magazine’s Self-Published Book of the Year Award. They called it ‘an outstanding publication in every way.’ But, even as I was cracking open the champagne, the devil on my…
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Virtual Book Club: Maggie Christensen

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Maggie Christensen to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they’d like to persuade your club to read. If you want to pose a question of your own, you’ll have the opportunity to do so at the end. After a career…
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Virtual Book Club: Meet Christine Webber

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Christine Webber to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they’d like to persuade your club to read. If you want to pose a question of your own, you’ll have the opportunity to do so at the end. (There’s also a…
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Virtual Book Club: Meet author Amy Lynch

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Amy Lynch to Virtual Book Club, a series in which I put questions to authors about their latest releases. If there’s anything else you’d like to know, you’ll have the opportunity to post your questions at the end. Amy is an Irish author of humorous romantic women’s fiction, but not…
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Author Interview: Katharine E. Smith

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Katharine E. Smith back to the blog to celebrate the launch of her new novel, Looking Past. As well as being an author, Katharine runs Heddon Publishing – an independent publishing house – and works as a freelance proofreader, editor and copywriter. She has a degree in Philosophy and a…
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