In VOX LIT February 2019 :
IN THE FREE BOOK LOVERS' MAG VOXLIT ON-LINE THIS MONTH:
***LOTS MORE TO MAKE YOUR READING MORE ENJOYABLE ***
We have made a few innovations this month which we hope will add something extra to our followers’ enjoyment of books and, if they are also authors, their writing of them.
In our new Writers’ Think Tank feature, authors discuss different aspects of their trade. This month it’s where they find their ideas. We also have a new Literary Criticism section, where we take a more academic viewpoint than in the review section. And in the ‘Why should you read my book’ feature, which we started last month, this time over 30 authors have contributed their reasons.
Our history of genres continues with a look at romantic novels and we call on Shakespeare for comments on the current political situation in UK and USA. Also our regular contributor Keith Guernsey is helping Cancer Research from sales of his books, so check this out too.
We have two extracts from new books as well, from new contributor Sally Dixon and from old friend Sherry Leclerc. You can also read the next adventure of Rob Burton’s youthful travels in Africa. And another old friend, Holly Bargo, tells us about her experience of collaborative writing in the Features section.
Sherry also has a book review in the Reviews section, along with reviews by Ted Bun and James Gault.
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More of Rob Burton's journeys in Africa
The Writer's Think Tank
Why read my book -30+ authors tell you why
Excerpt from Sally Dixon's THREE GIRLS
Read the start of the second book in the Seers series by Sherry Leclerc
Charlotte Bronte's Gothic writing by 'Aenoa'
Holly Bargo on Collaborative Writing
HISTORY OF THE GENRE