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French Exit is pretty darn good – in fact I would say it’s exquisite! A fan of deWitt’s […]

From the outside all may appear dazzling, golden, dripping in sequins and sprinkled with glitter, but look inside […]

Like most students of social anthropology, I was required in my first year at university, to write an […]

Some authors spend years struggling to finish books, get published, and then get an audience to read and […]

For those pitching a book It can be helpful to reduce the essence of your story into one […]