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JJ Marsh
Author, journalist, Triskelite, Woolf, copywriter, reviewer, speaker
Author, journalist, Triskelite, Woolf, copywriter, reviewer, speaker
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The Prince of Mirrors by Alan Robert Clark
Reviewer: Barbara Scott Emmett – author of Delirium: The Rimbaud Delusion, The Man with the Horn and other books http://barbarascottemmett.blogspot.com What We Thought: Prince Albert Victor, known as Eddy, is next in line to the throne after his father, B...
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The Author's Website
Robert Mening, founder of WebsiteSetup.org talks JJ Marsh through the considerations when setting up an author's website. What are the must-haves for a writer's website? Some writers create their website in order to achieve their ultimate goal; which is mai...
The Author's Website
The Author's Website
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Unfurled by Michelle Bailat-Jones
Review by JJ Marsh What we thought : The title struck me first as an umbrella - a tightly wound spiky bat-like device to be unfurled when the rain comes in. But the reading of this beautiful novel led me to sails, and the thought that only when the wind fil...
Unfurled by Michelle Bailat-Jones
Unfurled by Michelle Bailat-Jones
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One Woman's Struggle in Iran by Nasrin Parvaz LINK
Reviewer: Catriona Troth What We Thought: In 1979, Nasrin Parvaz returned from England, where she had been studying, and became a member of a socialist party in Iran fighting for a non-Islamic state in which women had the same rights as men. Three years lat...
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One Woman's Struggle - Nasrin Parvaz discusses oppression, survival and the strength of women
by Catriona Troth Many Prisoners in One Room by Nasrin Parvaz In 1979, Nasrin Parvaz returned from England, where she had been studying, and became a member of a socialist party in Iran fighting for a non-Islamic state in which women had the same rights as ...
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The Long Road to Publication: Part 7
by Andy Smith SO: I’ve recovered from the shock of getting a publishing contract. What happens next? Two things. Photo by Alex Loup on Unsplash First, my completed novel ‘Breaking the Lore’ disappears into the publisher’s offices for copy editing, proof rea...
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When Trouble Sleeps by Leye Adenle
Reviewer: Catriona Troth What We Thought: Two years ago, when I interviewed Leye Adenle for Words with Jam , I was privileged to read an early draft of the opening scene of When Trouble Sleeps . He’s kept me waiting a long time to find out what happened nex...
When Trouble Sleeps by Leye Adenle
When Trouble Sleeps by Leye Adenle
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Roma Nova Extra by Alison Morton
Review by JJ Marsh What we thought : This is the perfect companion volume to The Roma Nova series. But even if you'd not read one of these alternative history books, you'd enjoy this as a standalone. A selection of short stories which go off at a tangent fr...
Roma Nova Extra by Alison Morton
Roma Nova Extra by Alison Morton
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Young Muslim Writers Awards 2018
by Catriona Troth On the first of December this year, I had the pleasure of once again attending the annual Young Muslim Writers Awards , organised by the Muslim Hands charity. This event has been showcasing young talent since 2010. One of the early winner...
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Karna’s Wheel by Michael Tobert
Reviewer: Barbara Scott Emmett – author of Delirium: The Rimbaud Delusion, The Man with the Horn and other books http://barbarascottemmett.blogspot.com What We Thought: There are two Stephens in this book – the grandfather and the grandson – both from Dun...
Karna’s Wheel by Michael Tobert
Karna’s Wheel by Michael Tobert
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