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Choose to Climb – Geraldine Mair

From local supermarket worker, to best-selling author Geraldine (Nicol) Mair was born in 1968 and raised in a working-class Troon family, the youngest of three girls. She enjoyed a pretty normal and happy upbringing attending St Patricks primary school and Queen Margaret Academy. She married Derek Mair in 1990 and their son, Christopher, has been…
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COMING SOON: The Making of Heroes – Jim Wolfe

Background As with so many, knowledge of Jim Wolfe’s childhood and background is sketchy. We’re pretty sure he was born (splice assisted? Who knows?) around AV403, but his early life is a closed book. We understand however his interest in the V-Cities began in childhood. His first known writing (from around AV421) was titled ‘A…
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The Isabella Series of Books – Kate Mahoney Veitch

Enchanting stories where real life meets make believe through the eyes of a little girl Contact us here to request a review copy of one of the books Isabella is a little girl who adores soft toys and books. She loves making up magical stories where her soft toys come to life and have exciting…
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Countdown to Writing

Countdown to Writing By Carol Harblin Just like New Year’s resolutions we all have a game plan to get started.  Many writers devise outlines and guidelines that will ignite their process, but outlines aren’t always successful.  It’s all good in theory, but it doesn’t actually get the flow going. In December, people talk about going…
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INTERVIEW WITH AUTHOR, MARTIN ASH

I’m the author of the epic fantasy/mystery series, ENCHANTMENT’S REACH Volumes 1 – 6, and the three volume series of standalone linked novels CHRONICLES OF THE SHAMAN: MOONBLOOD, HEART OF SHADOWS and CITADEL. My base is London UK and for a lifetime I have immersed myself in studies of consciousness, mind, and the esoteric, all…
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Recipe for Romance

Recipe for Romance By Carol Harblin Romance is not without its own upheavals and challenges.  Even when we have to live through our own heartbreaks, dating life, and marriage we are left to our own devices.  Life doesn’t have a manual and neither does romance, so romance writers need to find their own individualized recipe. …
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The Judas Deception – Mike Scott

Betrayal has never been so deadly “A great conspiracy story set in Cambridge and Rome” – Paulina Lowe CLICK HERE TO CONTACT US TO REQUEST A REVIEW COPY OF THE JUDAS DECEPTION A Cambridge don is dead, his student stands accused of the murder. The boy’s father turns to his old friend, Professor Daniel Huxley for…
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