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An Interview with Paul Dodgson

I am delighted that writer and musician, Paul Dodgson has found time in his busy schedule to chat to me today. Thank you so much for your time, Paul.  1 Please tell my readers a little about yourself? I am a writer, musician, teacher and radio producer who has written nineteen plays and stories for …

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Mixing reality and imagination by Angela Wren

It is a treat to have my friend and fellow author, Angela Wren visit my blog today to discuss Marseille, the setting for the fourth novel in her bestselling series of novels featuring Jacques Foret. Thank you for visiting today, Angela. Tell us all about Marseille, please. A vast sprawling conurbation, Marseille, is the second …

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Playing both Sides by guest author Jane Risdon

I am delighted to welcome my good friend and fellow author, Jane Risdon to the blog today to discuss the challenges of getting books published and the tasks required when self-publishing. I am thrilled to have Jane share her knowledge. Thank you for brining such an interesting article to my blog. My first piece of …

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Songs of Innocence by guest author Anne Coates

I am thrilled that Anne Coates has made time to visit my blog today. Anne’s fabulous new crime thriller Songs of Innocence was published just this week. Her novels are set in Southwark in one of my favourite world cities, London, England so it is a particular pleasure to have her here to discuss the …

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Poems by Maya Angelou

It was my friend Maureen who introduced me to Maya Angelou’s poetry when she gave me a copy of her book, Poems, some years ago. I am surprised to see that I have not yet reviewed the book, because it is one of my constant companions.  Maya Angelou was an American poet, memoirist, and civil …

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Kids Aren’t Reading–And That’s Their Parents’ Fault by guest author Robert

Children aren’t reading, and that’s their parent’s fault. I’m always leery when I hear “a new study says,” but for what it’s worth a new study says that one in four students agree with the statement “My parents don’t care if I spend any time reading.”According to Acculturated, one in six boys said they had never been …

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