Jennifer C Wilson

It is a great pleasure to welcome my friend, Jennifer C. Wilson to my blog today, to talk about her most recent publication, the novella, The Last Plantagenet?. It is available to purchase from Amazon. Hi Val, and thanks so much for inviting me along to your blog today. I cannot believe it’s been a […]

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No! I Don’t Want to Join a Bookclub by Virginia Ironside — Valerie Penny’s Book Reviews

This book was on the list for our book group recently and, with the amusing title, we were looking forward to reading No! I Don’t Want to Join a Bookclub by Virginia Ironside. Many of our members were familiar with the columns she writes in newspapers too. No! I Don’t Want to Join a Bookclub is […]

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A Short Analysis of ‘Sumer Is Icumen In’ — Interesting Literature

A summary of a classic medieval poem English poetry begins with a stag breaking wind. Or, at least, it does if you pick up The Oxford Book of English Verse, where the short song, ‘Sumer is icumen in’, begins the book’s chronological selection from eight centuries of English poetry. Dating from the mid-thirteenth century, over […]

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How to Create Lines for Interactive Books — Jo Robinson

Originally posted on Lit World Interviews: I’m working on a couple of projects that require lined pages for interactive paper books for CreateSpace publishing. Note that I’m not suggesting this method for Kindle books, mainly because I haven’t tried it there yet, and fancy formatting is not a good idea at all for Mobi, but…

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