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Virtual Book Club: Helen Barbour

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Helen Barbour 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. Helen was born…
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Virtual Book Club: Ellie Stevenson

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Ellie Stevenson to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they would 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. Ellie Stevenson…
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Virtual Book Club: Rosaline Riley

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Rosaline Riley to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they would 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. Rosaline was…
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Virtual Book Club: Rosemary J. Kind

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Rosemary J. Kind to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they would 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. Rosemary…
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Virtual Book Club: Karl Drinkwater

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Karl Drinkwater to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about the books they would like to persuade your book club to read. If you want to pose a question, you’ll have the opportunity to do so at the end. There is also a…
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Novel London: Where writers meet readers through words

This week Virtual Book Club is taking a break and, instead, I’m delighted to welcome Novel London founder, Safeena Chaudhry, to my blog. Safeena completed a BA Writing at Middlesex University, having spent her last term organising the Literature Festival. She trained as a camera operator and editor but took a break to complete her debut novel, Companions…
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Virtual Book Club: Linda Huber

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Linda Huber to Virtual Book Club, an interview series in which I put questions to authors about their latest releases and the books they would like your club to read. If you’d like to pose a question, you’ll have the opportunity to do so at the end. Linda Huber grew…
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Virtual Book Club: W.R. Gingell

Today, I’m delighted to welcome W.R. Gingell 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. W.R. is a Tasmanian author who lives in a house with a green…
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Virtual Book Club: Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Lindsay Stanberry-Flynn back 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. (There’s also a giveaway to look forward to!) The Broken Road is…
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Virtual Book Club: Helena Halme introduces The Navy Wife

Today, I’m delighted to welcome Helena Halme 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. Helena grew up in Tampere, central Finland, and moved to the UK at…
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