War torn and battered, Our soldiers are paraded For all to see. Tall and skeletal. Worn down by the ‘Battle of the Wind’, […] via ‘Battle of the Wind’ a poem by Rose English — Rose English UK
Introducing Rose English 1. #IndieBookBanter today welcomes Rose English. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more. Hello I’m Rose English and I am a Read-a-holic. Writing is a hobby from me. I am a Yorkshire lass born and bred, ‘Living on England’s Green and Pleasant … Continue reading 33 Book Banter with Rose English
Check out this beautiful short story by one of our lovely attending indie authors, joining us for this year's UK Indie Lit Fest in Bradford Saturday 26th August 2017 Source: Buttons and Lions
It has been such a long time since Maria Gibbs became our 1st featured author and agreed to do our 1st Book Banter interview so I am going to re-blog it today. Thank you one and all for dropping by 🙂
Introducing Maria Gibbs
- Welcome Maria we are so pleased to have you as our First #IndieBookBanter guest. May we say a big CONGRATULATIONS on the release of your first full length novel ‘A Boy From The Streets’. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more.
Hello, my name is Maria and I’m from West London. I have been writing for as long as I can remember at a guess I would say from about 8 years old. I don’t stick to a certain genre, I write anything that is inside my head and needs to come out. I love writing and that alone is my motivation as I am happiest when I am lost in my own creations. I love writing in places of natural beauty but also like writing while I’m travelling.
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One Night in Fabulous Shoes Generally I am a wallflower, I rarely get asked to dance other than with the elderly gents who seem to take it upon themselves to make sure each lovely lady has at least one dance on the grand ballroom floor, during the special ‘Ladies Night’ event. It is the […] via … Continue reading ‘One Night in Fabulous Shoes’ teaser — Rose English UK
Dragon Lightning by J.S. Burke Available for Pre-Order to collect at this years UK Indie Lit Fest in Bradford, Yorkshire Saturday 26th August 2017 or click the image to go to amazon. #Fantasy #Dragons #ChildrensBook Click the image to Pre-Order Dragon Lightning
Our lovely #IndieFriend Maria @gibbsdream has got herself a winner from her first Newsletter go check it out. My first newsletter went out last week and I doubled up on subscribers that day. I had some lovely feedback and hopefully, I’m hitting the right notes. As part of the newsletter, there was a prize draw … Continue reading Winner of Newsletter prize draw July 2017 — gibbsdream
Introducing Debbie Ioanna 1. #IndieBookBanter today welcomes the lovely Debbie Ioanna. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more. My name is Debbie Ioanna and I am from Bradford. I specialise in fiction but have been known to attempt the odd bit of poetry if I’m … Continue reading 32 Book Banter with Debbie Ioanna
Introducing P.R. Ellis 1. #IndieBookBanter today welcomes P.R. Ellis. Please tell us a little bit about yourself, and the best place for us to find out more. My Jasmine Frame novels carry the name P R Ellis which was intended to create questions about my gender. Since the first, Painted Ladies, was published in 2013 however, … Continue reading 31 Book Banter with P.R. Ellis
Meet Indie Author Rose English recently interviewed by the lovely Maria Gibbs
I will be featuring one author of the month who will spotlight with a brief interview and showcase their books. For anyone who has signed up to my email mailing list you will be entered into a prize draw, a week after I send my newsletter, to win an e-copy of one of the spotlight author’s books.
This month we will be starting with a lady who I have come to know well and have the pleasure of calling friend. I know her by the name of Su but she writes under the name of Rose English.
1. Do you write as a full-time author or do you have to squeeze it in around a full-time job or looking after the children? If you don’t write as your main job what are your aims for your writing?
I work four days a week in a hospital taking care of the…
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