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Sue Graves is the author of many children’s books, including ‘Sir Kevin and the Challenges’ and ‘Hubert Shrubb Takes Charge’. Once a primary teacher, Sue is now a full time author of children’s books, having over two hundred books published and sold over the UK and across the world in countries such as Jamaica, Australia, […]

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Chris Bridge is the author of Back Behind Enemy Lines, a novel inspired by his mother. Though Chris has his own compelling backstory. After being expelled from boarding school, Chris studied English and Philosophy at Nottingham University. He then followed a successful career of teaching and management. Since retiring, Chris has worked as a consultant […]

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Over the last several years, at literary cocktail parties perhaps, or their on-line equivalents, I’ve overheard various intriguing fragments of conversation regarding Anthony Powell’s A Dance to the Music of Time. The fragments have been highly complimentary, seemingly to the point of hyperbole, along the lines of the jacket copy on my dog-eared, time-yellowed used bookstore […]

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As you may have read yesterday, Michael J Flagg is the author of The Learning Curve of a First Time Self-Published Writer Online. But as you probably guessed, he wrote this from personal experience. Michael’s original self-published book is called From Punch and Judy to Haute Cuisine: A Biography of the Life and Times of […]

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Michael J Flagg is the writer behind The Learning Curve of a First Time Self-Published Writer Online. He is a retired university lecturer who nowadays takes part in live theatre, an interest of Michael’s throughout his working life. You may know him for his first book following the life of Arthur Edwin Simms. An impressive […]

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David Chilcott is the author of the up and coming John McBride series: ‘Murphy’s Heist’ and its sequel ‘Cruise the Storm’. He is currently writing the third book of the series, planning to be published in early April. Having been an avid reader of fiction for a long time, David has toyed with writing a […]

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In Last Summer with Oscar, Jan Schwartz eloquently tells the story of Oscar, her beloved pet dog’s struggle against cancer. Her personification of Oscar creates a truly warming story which the reader is able to appreciate through the changing seasons of the novel.  Aged 9, Oscar is confronted with a chilling cancer diagnosis and Schwartz reveals […]

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Planes inexplicably colliding, economies in disarray. A psychotic businessman has brought the world to its knees. Can a former Special Forces operative with the help of a damaged Cambridge Professor save a bride to be and avoid worldwide anarchy? They have twenty-four hours to try!

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Please introduce yourself and tell us a bit about how you became an author? Coming from an academic, copy and screenwriting background, I have always been involved with writing, both fiction and non-fiction in one capacity or another. The “Fearbreeders” series came out of my desire to combine my writing and other disciplines, including teaching […]

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  Tune in today, November 26, at noon and 7pm to Vermont Public Radio. They will be interviewing Tim Weed, Author. They’ll be discussing Will Poole’s Island, early America, and new perspectives on the Thanksgiving myth. Vermont is in Eastern Time Zone (UTC-05:00) for any international listeners.

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