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Indie Spotlight: Mackenzie Leanne and Swimming in the Black

My fifth indie spotlight is about Mackenzie Leanne and her debut collection of poetry Swimming in the Black.

About the book:

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Guest Author - Louise Walters on Writing in a young person’s voice

This week is a first and a third! I’m really delighted to welcome Louise Walters as the first author ever to appear on the Literary Sofa three times (links to her previous posts are included below).  1,475 more words

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A Writer's Dilemma: Between the Books—Is There a "Best Time" to Start a New Project?

Since I decided to follow my passion for writing a little over 10 years ago, I focused the majority of time on my first book. For about 5 years I wrote and revised it. 831 more words

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"They used their hands to make things, I use mine to make things up."

Martyn Bedford on the publication of Letters Home


Martyn Bedford explains on his website how he never had a foreign holiday until he was seventeen years old. 2,441 more words

Culture

In praise of independent publishing and a link to my interview with Naveen Kishore of Seagull Books

It is no secret to regular readers of my blog that I am a great admirer of Seagull Books and that earlier this year I travelled to India, a visit in part motivated by a desire to visit the offices of one of my favourite independent publishers. 526 more words

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Indie Spotlight: Jenn Gott and The Private Life Of Jane Maxwell

My third post is all about fantasy indie writer Jenn Gott! I read her superhero inspired novel, The Private Life Of Jane Maxwell, so scroll down for my review and a superhero-based mini interview! 699 more words

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Indie Spotlight: Elle Bennett and Hammers and Heartstrings

Today’s post is all about brand new author, Elle Bennett, and her NA book Hammers and Heartstrings, which was released on 3rd April!

About the book… 915 more words

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