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"...like spending an evening before a roaring fire with a couple of friends..." this interview as described by Neal James

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Listen to Neal James' interview on Webb Weaver Books, the Blog Talk Radio station. The show was aired on Thursday, 7th February 2013 in the company of hosts CK Webb and DJ Weaver. Click to listen to the feature audio clip . (OR listen via the player below). Neal James is the author of four books: 'A Ticket to Tewkesbury' , 'Short Stories - Volume One' , 'Two Little Dicky Birds' and Threads of Deceit . Neal's latest book titled Full Marks , is due out in Springs 2013. Blurbs for Neal's published books are provided below.

Book Savvy Spotlight on I. C. Camilleri

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Bringing you exclusive interviews with authors featured in the Book Savvy Newsletter. Our Guest is  I. C. Camilleri * Enjoy the interview. Q1. Can you tell us a little about yourself and your book 'The Blake Curse'? I was born on the 7th of February in Malta, an island in the middle of the Mediterranean. I graduated in Medicine and Surgery in 1993 and I moved to the UK shortly afterwards. And this is where I still live and work. Medicine and writing are my passion. The Blake Curse is my first published work. It is a psychological thriller and romance set in the beautiful city of Cambridge. Q2. When you write what emotion do you seek to evoke in your readers? Passion and love. How could I not write about love? My Mediterranean roots compel me to do so.   Q3. Why did you decide to begin writing and how much time do you dedicate to your writing? Medicine can be pretty stressful at times. Your patients become your whole life and how do you stop yourself from taking y

Author of a new book - 'Full Marks' interviewed by Justin Steckbauer*

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Interview with Author Neal James, an insightful discussion of his latest book . Give us a quick introduction on yourself and your book. I am Neal James, UK author, and I began writing in 2006. By day I am an accountant, and all of my writing to date has been completed in whatever spare time I have outside of that employment. Since 2008 I have through Pneuma Springs Publishing released three novels and an anthology. In 2013, my fourth novel 'Full Marks' will join the growing portfolio. What inspired you to write your first book? I had been writing short stories on a couple if US writing sites, but one of them seemed to have the potential for a much longer piece of work. That was 'A Ticket to Tewkesbury' (ISBN9781905809349), and followed the love story between a soldier returning from France in 1945 and the nurse whom he met at a recuperation hospital in Kent. The novel itself evolved into a spy thriller and the chase for a set of highly secret documents.

A new crime novel featured in the Ripley & Heanor News.

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Full Marks | Crime Detective Neal James, author of a new crime novel has been featured in the Ripley & Heanor News. A Heanor author has published a new crime novel about a detective fighting to clear his name while investigating a powerful conspiracy.

Dreams - by Natalie Mason, taken from her book: 'Poems and Rhymes for all Times'

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Poems and Rhymes for all Times | Poetry by Natalie Mason

Tell Me - What's in the dark crevices of the mind? | A poem by Carmel McCarthy

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Trophy Girl and other Poems | Poetry by Carmel McCarthy

Book Savvy Spotlight on Ray Matthews

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Bringing you exclusive interviews with authors featured in the Book Savvy Newsletter. Our Guest is  Ray Matthews * Enjoy the interview. Q1. Can you tell us a little about yourself and your book 'Me and my Shadow? I am now living my dream life - doing almost all the things I ever wanted and fulfilling ambitions that were not possible before retirement whilst fully occupied earning a living. 'Youth is wasted on the young' is an understated comment made by my father, oh how true. Writing 'Me and My Shadow' has opened up new avenues I never thought possible. 'Me and My Shadow' is about a dedication to achieving goals in extreme sports.  The book is about endurance running events and how it all began with boxing as a young boy brought up in a South Yorkshire steelmaking town.   Q2. Why did you write this book? To start with, I wrote this book mainly as a record of some of my challenges and then later for my own satisfaction.   Q3. What provided the