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Interview with Author Viv Drewa!


VIV DREWA

Please help me to welcome author Viv Drew to Jemsbooks Blog Interview an Author.

It’s nice to see you, Viv. Please step up to the soap box and do your stuff. 1,715 more words

Writing, Book Reviews And Publishing, Poetry, Children's Books, YA And Novels

The Story Reading Ape reblogged this on Chris The Story Reading Ape's Blog and commented:

Viv is also an avid supporter of indie authors (and owls 🦉 )

Meet Guest Author, Ronald Mackay...

Although I am Scottish born and bred, I have never been bound to Scotland or by it.

In our family line, as in our next-door neighbours, there were those who worked abroad all their lives and often died there. 541 more words

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Two more crime writers that deserve to be read

While perusing my book shelves, I look fondly on certain tomes.  Some authors are ones I haven’t heard about in a while…  I have highly positive memories of their work. 650 more words

Mystery Fiction

How to Build a Landing Page that Markets you as an Author

This is a guest post and infographic by Ted of iceCube Marketing, a digital marketing agency in Singapore that helps local small businesses acquire leads from channels such as Facebook and Google. 602 more words

Marketing

Meet Guest Author, Cherie White...

My name is Cherie White and I am the Author of From Victim to Victor(A Survivor’s True Story of Her Experiences with School Bullying. How She Overcome, Won Back Her Confidence and Found Peace and Happiness) 808 more words

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#ChillWithABookAward #Winner Loretta Livingstone joins me to talk all things #bookish today! @L_Livingstone1 ‏@ChillWithABook

I’m delighted to welcome Chill With A Book Award winner Loretta Livingstone to Bookworm HQ today!

Huge congratulations on winning your Chill Award! You must be so happy that your work has been recognised in this way. 947 more words

#ChillWithABookAwardWinner

In August of 2014 I was still in the first few months of my blogging life. One of the early supporters of my efforts, as I am sure he was for most of you, was Chris, The Story Reading Ape.

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