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Jane Davis
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Award winning indie author of Half-truths and White Lies, An Unknown Woman, I Stopped Time and more. www.jane-davis.co.uk
Award winning indie author of Half-truths and White Lies, An Unknown Woman, I Stopped Time and more. www.jane-davis.co.uk

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Today I'm delighted to welcome Ali Bacon to Virtual Bookclub.
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The Making of a Book. This week we hear from my copy editor, John Hudspith.
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This week's blog is all about how I used beta readers when working on my novel, Smash all the Windows.
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On collaborating to create a cover for my forthcoming release, Smash all the Windows
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'I think any story is made better, faster, more dramatic, more emotional, if the main character is young.' Read the full interview with Young Adult author Chantelle Atkins here.
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'This is not a tale wallowing in sorrow and despair, but one of defiance, humour and delight from a lady who lived with verve.’ Darlene Jones introduces her new novel, When the Sun Was Mine, which is set in a nursing home.
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Echo Hall has been longlisted for the Bridport First Novel Prize 2015 and Retreat West Opening Chapter Competition 2015, but what makes it particularly suitable for book clubs? I ask author Virginia Moffatt.
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'I simply found it impossible to write a contemporary novel without using the unprecedented political turmoil here. How Brexit changed the trajectory of Christine Webber's novel, It's Who We Are.
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'Even if you are bringing about the death of kings, you still need lunch.' Elizabeth Gates on her new historical novel, The Wolf of Dalriada.
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'The inclusion of empowered women in historical fiction, without the subsequent consequences of their actions, belittles the memories and legacies of the brave women who actually did those very things and paid the price.' Kat Michels on her historical fiction novel, In a Time Never Known.
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