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Old Secrets. My Inspiration by Author Ian Ingram Ian Ingram is a firm believer in the age old advice that you should write about what you know. He has used his extensive knowledge and experience working in antiques to write a gripping novel. Many of the staff here at Publishing Push have been reading the […]

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Why I wrote Run & Break by Hugh Pryor Hugh Pryor, a very well educated gentleman and highly accomplised pilot has become a friend here in the Publishing Push offices. After such a successful career spent flying we were curious to find out why Hugh had decided to write ‘Run & Break’. We sat down […]

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It appears dreams really can come true. They certainly have for author Allan John Lewis. Allan was born, a son of a coal miner, in August 1939, just before the outbreak of World War 2. He started work underground for the National Coal Board on his fifteenth birthday. Deep down he always wanted to be […]

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Author Robin Chambers first got the idea for his latest series of books while walking his dogs through the grounds of The Orchid Garden Eco-Village Hotel in Belize. Robin and his wife Amy had lived there from 2008-2011. Having narrowly survived a murder attempt by local thugs, he and Amy returned to the relative safety […]

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Author R.P. Marshall discusses what inspired him to write his first novel. He talks about bringing together two ways to understand human beings. Who we are and what makes us the way we are.

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Rare Earth by author Colin Smith is an exposé of the trade in ivory and other body parts. Colin has visited Africa on many occasions and this led to his compassion towards the majestic animals he saw whilst visiting. Colin describes the book as ‘faction’. This is because the characters, places and events are fictional, […]

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Very bravely author Andy Smart did what most of us only ever dream of doing and took off on an incredible adventure. It was to be an adventure filled with terror and amazement. Just Turn Left is a truthful account of his travels which is highly relatable. We wanted to know more and had the […]

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  Author Tim Jopling spoke to us about his inspiration for writing, 24 and Ian Fleming. You mentioned a small character from the series 24 led to your inspiration to write the book. Tell us more about that? When 24 started on BBC2 just over ten years ago I was blown away by the attention […]

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For those who maybe be interested to find out more on Lamarck’s genetic theory are there any resources you would recommend? He’s received a bit of press in the scientific literature over the past few years. I like to think I made the link as quickly as anyone because the book was in gestation for […]

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A Novel That Represents ‘A Complete Generation of Libyan Writers and Intellectuals’ The following is a repost of a wonderful article written by Marcia Lynx Qualey. The original article can be found here. Libyan poet, translator, and short-story writer Ghazi Gheblawi has been enthusiastically tweeting about Mansour Bushnaf’s Chewing Gum, now out in English translation, by Mona […]

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