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Spotlight on Geri Clouston of indieBrag

I am pleased to welcome Geri Clouston to my blog today! Geri is the founder of indieBrag, an organization that brings together individual readers and members of book clubs located throughout the United States and in ten other countries around the globe. “Indie” refers to self-published books, while B.R.A.G. is an acronym for Book Readers Appreciation Group. Their mission is to discover talented self-published authors and help them give their work the attention and recognition it deserves. Sounds great to…

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Spotlight on historical fiction and cozy mystery author Nicola Slade

I am pleased to welcome historical fiction and cozy mystery author Nicola Slade to my blog today. Her novels have received praise for their humour and the characters’ eccentricity, as well as the depth and sensitivity of her writing. I’m glad she had time to chat before flying to Bellingham, Washington to receive a Chanticleer Award for one of her nine books! Today, this history and travel buff shares with us more about her work, favorite films and pastimes, as…

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Spotlight on travel author Richard Clark

It is my pleasure to welcome travel fiction and non-fiction author Richard Clark to my blog today! He is here to tell us more about his latest release and first foray into fiction – The Lost Lyra. Spotlight on travel author Richard Clark The Lost Lyra is my first novel after a career of some 40 years in journalism and writing non-fiction books about Greece. Since I gave up the long daily commute to London 2 years ago to concentrate…

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Spotlight on historical fiction author Mary Anne Yarde

I am thrilled to welcome historical fiction author Mary Anne Yarde to my blog today! She is the award-winning author of the The Du Lac Chronicles and the founder of The Coffee Pot Book Club, a blog many historical fiction readers are sure to already know about. In this interview, she shares with us more about growing up in Glastonbury, her favourite books, researching historical fiction, and her writing routine. Spotlight on Mary Anne Yarde Please tell me a little…

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Spotlight on mystery author Keenan Powell

I am delighted to welcome mystery author Keenan Powell to my blog today! She is here to share more about her Maeve Malloy Mystery series, the first of which – DEADLY SOLUTION – has been nominated for a Lefty Best Debut and an Agatha Best First. Congratulations, Keenan! Here is your chance to learn more about her books, interest in Ireland, and Dungeon and Dragons, as well as the importance of Alaska in her work. Spotlight on Keenan Powell Please…

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Spotlight on Fiona Leitch

It is my pleasure to welcome author Fiona Leitch to my blog today! Her windy path to publication began with dreams of acting and screenplay writing, before one of her works-in-progress was chosen by Audible for production as an audiobook. Take a moment to learn more about her audiobook, Dead in Venice, the importance of setting, and why her characters remind her of herself, as well as what’s she’s working on now.   Spotlight on Fiona Leitch Please tell me…

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Spotlight on historical fiction author Jean Grainger

I am delighted to welcome Irish novelist Jean Grainger to my blog today! She is an academic historian turned fiction writer who specializes in contemporary and historical fiction novels focused on the twentieth century. She is also one of the contributors to The Darkest Hour anthology, a collection of ten novellas about World War Two Tales of Resistance. Her contribution, Catriona’s War, features an Irish woman who becomes embroiled in the French Resistance to Nazi occupation of France. I hope…

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Spotlight on historical fiction author John McKay

It is an honor to welcome historical and contemporary fiction author John McKay to my blog. A native of England, John served in the Royal Air Force then worked for Fire and Rescue before turning to writing. He’s now published five novels, one of which – Mosquitoes – was long-listed in the UK International Novel Writing Competition in 2017. He is also a one of the contributors to The Darkest Hour anthology, a collection of ten novellas about World War…

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Spotlight on mystery author T.G. Campbell

It is my pleasure to welcome mystery author T.G. Campbell to my blog today. Her series documents the adventures of the Bow Street Society, a group of amateur detectives operating in London in 1896. T.G. also enjoys featuring other crime fiction and mystery authors on her blog in her The Writers’ Wing feature. She’s here today to tell us more about her novels and her latest release – The Case of The Spectral Shot, published this Halloween! Crime fiction and…

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Spotlight on author Scott Stavrou

It is my pleasure to welcome author Scott Stavrou to my blog today. Originally from Las Vegas, he lived in San Francisco, Prague, and Venice before settling on a small Greek island. He keeps himself busy writing fiction and non-fiction for numerous publications in America and Europe and was awarded a PEN International Hemingway prize for short fiction. In addition to writing, he serves on the Board of Advisors for Write Away Europe, where he is also a Creative Writing…

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