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Originally posted on Bette A. Stevens, Maine Author:
MARGARET MUIR: Novelist & Children’s Book Author ? ? ? “There is an edge to Margaret’s writing that is terrific. Rarely do I see such confidence on the page.” —Glyn Parry ? ? Welcome to 4writersandreaders, Margaret. It’s a pleasure to have you with us today. To…

30 Interesting Facts about Books

30 Interesting Facts about Books

Interesting Literature 30 fun facts about books, in honour of World Book Day 2015 SF writer Isaac Asimov (1920-1992) is the only author to have published a book in all ten Dewey library categories. When asked what book he’d like to have with him on a desert island, G. K. Chesterton replied, ‘Thomas’s Guide to […]

Why use a pseudonym? And should you?

Originally posted on Sue Moorcroft blog:
I was asked recently whether a writer should write under his own name, or to take a pseudonym. A lot of people get hung up on this – and for good reasons. The right name can grab readers, the wrong one turn them off. A pen name can distance…

Traditional Publishing Opportunity by @JoRobinson176

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews:
One thing I don’t understand is why writers firstly seek out small publishers, or worse still – vanity press. You’ve written a book – you think it’s fantastic. You’ve edited it and made sure that it’s the best that it can be. Why then would you send it to…

Here is my interview with Paul Dale Anderson

Originally posted on authorsinterviews:
? Name  Paul Dale Anderson Age 70 Where are you from Born and raised in Rockford, Illinois. Left Rockford for twenty-some years while serving in the Army and to further my education. My wife and I bought a home in Rockford in 1988. A little about your self `ie your education…

Here is my interview with Allen Miles

Originally posted on authorsinterviews:
Name   Allen Miles Age  Erm… I was 29 in 2011 Where are you from A city in East Yorkshire called Hull, which died tragically in 1985 A little about your self `ie your education Family life etc I come from a working-class family, my Dad is a lorry driver and football…

Troubled Souls: Cover Reveal

Troubled Souls: Cover Reveal

I’ll try anything once, or in this case – twice

Originally posted on Have We Had Help?:
Like most people, I’ll try anything once. Talking with Chris, the storyreading ape a few days back, he enthused as only he can, (bless his heart) when I asked him about why he uses hashtags on so many of his blog posts. So, following his advice I decided…

Loved and Lost by Allison Christie

Rosie’s Book Review Team #RBRT Judith reviews Bound by Blood by Margo Collins


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