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Talking Location with author Idabel Allen – Tennessee Delta

Talking Location with author Idabel Allen – Tennessee Delta 18th May 2017

#TalkingLocationWith…. author Idabel Allen – Tennessee Delta Rooted is set in Northwest Tennessee’s Delta cotton-country: the remote land of my father’s childhood, with its muddy, turtle-filled waterways, fried catfish, and down-home people who look after their own. As a child,...

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What it means to be lonely in New York City

What it means to be lonely in New York City 16th May 2017

The Lonely City by Olivia Laing, what it means to be lonely in New York City. Adventures in the art of being alone. I happened to spot this book when it was mentioned on Twitter and was more than...

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Novel set in Kansas (secrets in the family)

Novel set in Kansas (secrets in the family) 9th May 2017

The Roanoke Girls by Amy Engel, novel set in Kansas. What is the story of the Roanoke girls? Everyone in Osage Flats, Kansas, seems to think they are privileged, rich girls. Lane, the daughter of one of the daughters,...

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Classic reads to transport you to the Americas

Classic reads to transport you to the Americas 8th May 2017

Classic reads to transport you to the Americas. Books set in a location offer great travel reading. Literature – modern or historical – helps us absorb atmosphere in a way that no other written word finds possible. Books help...

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Talking Location with author Steve Wiley – Chicago

Talking Location with author Steve Wiley – Chicago 1st May 2017

#TalkingLocationWith…. author Steve Wiley, who shares his Chicago with us today, showing the location from his fantasy novel: The Fairytale Chicago of Francesca Finnegan This newly released fantasy from author Steve Wiley, takes readers on an incredible tour through the windy...

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