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The Rose of September - Reviews

Author: Oksana Verpakhovskaya

We have received some wonderful reviews for The Rose of September. We have picked out some of our favourites for you below.

Author:  Hon. Prof. DDr. Karl F. Stifter

Dear Oksana,
I received your book and would like to tell you, that it is really a very heartmoving masterpeace!
Thank you and congratulation! May it become a worldwide bestseller...
Karl Stifter

 

Author: Dr. Juan Luis Fernandez Morrera

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Society of Authors Literary Awards and Summer Party

Author: Hugh Roberts

I attended the Society of Authors Literary Awards and Summer Party last Thursday at the RIBA in Portland Place, London. Billed as the writing awards 'for authors by authors', such a gathering was bound to be a success. The RIBA’s great gallery enhanced it of course, but a collection of more than 400 writers would make such an event go with a swing in an underground shelter. 

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Mackerel, The Journey

Author: Teresa Harrison-Best

Mackerel and The Jolly DaisyI wrote Mackerel over a period of time, it was my first attempt at writing a children’s story and I just loved it. I was in the most fortunate position in having grandchildren, a ready made audience you may say, a great barometer as to whether the book is heading in the right direction or not, the bored look and fidgety posture was the greatest indicator.

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Journeys with open eyes

Author: Sahera Patel

My name is Sahera Patel, writer of I'm not a Celebrity I am a Muslim and Unveiling Arabia. Being an author with i2i publishing is a wonderful privilege as I get the opportunity to meet other authors as well as work closely with Lionel Ross.  

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‘Pushing Boundaries’ at the Historical Novel Society in NYC

Author: Susan Wands

When Loretta Goldberg from the NYC Chapter of the Historical Novel Society invited me to be part of a panel celebrating unusual protagonists, ‘Pushing Boundaries’, I leapt at the chance. I would be on a panel with authors, Linda Trice and Jeanne Mackin. Linda Trice, author of Charles Drew: Pioneer of Blood Plasma, and Jeanne Mackin, author of The Beautiful American, Dreams of Empire and The Queen’s War, and I would be discussing be discussing our latest published books. Linda’s protagonist, Charles Drew, was an African-American doctor who developed a method of preserving blood and Jeanne’s recent book, The Beautiful American, revolves around Lee Miller, the muse for Man Ray and photographer post WWII. Pamela Colman Smith, the protagonist for Magician and Fool, would be my area of expertise.

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