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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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Clare Flynn launched her eighth novel yesterday, so I invited her back on Virtual Book Club to talk about The Frozen River. Until 22nd September you can buy the eBook for just 99p. https://jane-davis.co.uk/…/virtual-book-club-clare-flynn-i…/
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Dual time-lines, mystery and drama, a page-turning plot, tragedy tinged with humour and a strong sense of place. Margarita Morris pays a visit to Virtual Book Club on the release of Scarborough Rock, Book 3 of the Scarborough Fair trilogy.
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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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