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CHARCOAL by J.E. Rowney

"Jess is dead, and it's my fault." Anna Macbeth has spent her whole life trying to escape from her past. She left the rural Yorkshire village where she grew up for life as a family lawyer in London, but what secrets did she take with her? When a familiar voice telephones her with tragic news, Anna knows that running away is no longer an option, and that she has to return to face her demons. What led Anna to flee…

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Author Interview: Shelli Johnson

Bio: Shelli Johnson has been writing for as long as she can remember. After receiving an undergraduate degree in journalism, she worked as a sports journalist at a major metropolitan newspaper (winning several awards for her reporting) then as a freelance editor for many years before finally following her passion and pursuing her MFA in fiction writing. Her award-winning novel, Small as a Mustard Seed, is available now as an ebook. WEBSITE:  www.shellijohnson.com BLOG:  www.shellijohnson.com/blog FACEBOOK:  Shelli Johnson TWITTER:  Shelli_Johnson…

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Author Interview: Deborah Batterman

The interview series with members of my Twitter community continues with author Deborah Batterman. Enjoy!Author Deborah BattermanWebsite: www.deborahbatterman.comTwitter: @DEBattermanFacebook: Fan PageBook Trailer: Shoes Hair NailsQ: What is your genre? Why did you choose it?DB: I write both fiction and essays. More than once over the years, I've come across the suggestion that we're a storytelling species, and I really think it's true. In a recent New York Times essay, The Art of Listening, the writer suggests that maybe instead of…

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