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Ali Shaw at Wordpool Today

Ali Shaw started our Wordpool Thurs off… ‘charming’ , ‘endearing’, ‘interesting’, ‘fascinating’ just some of the positive descriptions of Ali’s talk from  today’s audience. And going off book sales and borrows we think he’s gained a lot of new readers in Blackpool.

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Ali Shaw on his soon to be released third novel The Trees

“The Trees is about an enchanted forest that appears in the blink of an eye, all over the world, overgrowing and destroying everything that stands before it. 

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Author Visits

Wordpool 2015 - A Mesmerising Read

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The Man Who Rained by Ali Shaw

A wonderfully written, lyrical novel. Full of magic, romance and thunder.
This novel manages to be both bleak and frightening at times, and heart-wrenchingly beautiful at others. 99 more words

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Wordpool Festival 2015 - Thursday 2 July

Wordpool Festival 2015
 Blackpool Arts and Libraries Festival of Words brings you four days of author visits, performances and workshops.

We’ll be keeping you updated on all of Wordpool Festival’s events, here’s what’s happening on… 420 more words

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Books with a Difference #2

Okay, so here another couple of books I’ve read that I think worth mentioning.

The first is The Girl with Glass Feet, by Ali Shaw… 428 more words

Stories

'Looking on the bright side' or 'Carpal Tunnel Syndrome'

Advice and sympathy are pouring – or rather, trickling – in. When I last blogged I was waiting for inspiration for my third novel while waiting for the verdict of The Oxford Editors on my second. 248 more words

Weekend Reading Plans

21 . 03 . 2015

This weekend I have a few books on the go, all quite different from one another.

Last April I began reading A Feast for Crows – the 4th book in the Song of Ice and Fire series – by George R R Martin.  584 more words

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