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Doesn’t time fly when you’re having fun? - Guest Post by Matthew Smith

Today I am delighted to welcome Matthew Smith to my blog. Matthew is the founder and force behind the independent publisher, Urbane Publications. I interviewed him earlier this year as part of my Q&A with an Independent Publisher series. 1,421 more words

Guest Post

December Focus: Urbane Publications

I like to do something a little different on my blog in December. I am not a fan of the modern day Christmas with its emphasis on big parties and conspicuous consumption but with all the presents being exchanged by more festive minded friends I am eager to spread the word about good reads. 308 more words

Arts And Culture

Review: The Curated Closet by Anuschka Rees

The Curated Closet: A Simple System for Discovering Your Personal Style and Building Your Dream Wardrobe by Anuschka Rees (Ten Speed Press, 272 pages)

Synopsis from Goodreads: Many women don’t know what their personal style is, don’t have a wardrobe that actually matches their style or life, and don’t know how to shop for a structured wardrobe of all pieces that can be worn easily and confidently. 551 more words

Books

The GrimCast Episode 002

There’s a podcast I co-present with Zoe Harris all about the publishing world. The second episode is up now and you can take a listen at the link below; 115 more words

Q&A with Tangerine Press

Today I am delighted to welcome Michael from Tangerine Press to my blog. Tangerine is a London based independent publisher and bookbinder. They publish innovative, often maverick, titles in both trade paperback and hand bound limited edition formats. 1,508 more words

Publisher Interview

Q&As For Every Artist & Writer

WE ARE ONE—my new coffee-table book—is getting some press! I was sent the following questions by a local reporter who’s doing a book review for my hometown newspaper. 1,131 more words

Art

THE SKY SLAYER | OFFICIAL RELEASE

At last, my second novel, The Sky Slayer, has been released into the world!

My first novel, The Sea-Stone Sword, feels like something I did a hundred years ago, and a lot of the mistakes I made in it still haunt me. 187 more words