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Rosie Canning
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Writer, Researcher and Librarian
Writer, Researcher and Librarian

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"I have important stories to tell about the human qualities of resilience and trust…"
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"There is humour in this novel, despite the seriousness of the topic, and there is warmth."
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"I think it is important for mixed people to do what they want to, and to resist pressure to do, or say, or identify with anything which does not feel authentic to them."
Tangled Roots Edited by Katy Massey
Tangled Roots Edited by Katy Massey
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An orphan’s tale with epilepsy is at the heart of Bridget Blankley’s enthralling tale in The Ghosts and Jamal.
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Writing Workshop 30th June, Finchley.
Setting the Pace
Setting the Pace
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The Greenacres Summer Literary Walk - MILL HILL GREEN BELT
G R E E N A C R E  W A L K S   Mill Hill Green Belt Sunday 24th June 2018 @ 11.45am This is actually the first Greenacre Walk of 2018. A late start to the season, but we're back with a good 'un. There will be poetry readings along the way! Meet outside Mill...
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"Kay has captured the voice of Stella brilliantly: the recalcitrant teenager who is desperate to grow up but becomes unnerved when faced with adult issues requiring responsible decisions."
My Mother's Secret by Sanjida Kay
My Mother's Secret by Sanjida Kay
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"The sense of menace never leaves the pages. It is always there in the background. In spite of the feeling of dread, or perhaps because of it, we are compelled to finish the book."
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'...with ‘Home’ that was about creating a human angle for all the media headlines that never quite get to the heart of the real story of real people living real lives of hardship.'
A Conversation With Amanda Berriman
A Conversation With Amanda Berriman
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