In VOX LIT January 2019 :
IN THE FREE BOOK LOVERS' MAG VOXLIT ON-LINE THIS MONTH:
***WISHING YOU GOOD BOOKS AND FUN READS IN 2019 ***
After the holidays, the buzz of the festive season and attacks by a rather persistent influenza virus, here is our first edition of 2019, with old and new features and contributors.
A few month’s ago, we published a travel article on novelist Rob Burton’s youthful journeys in Africa. He’s now agreed that we will publish the whole series so you can start with episodes 1 and 2 this month.
Another regular section we hope to continue with is ‘Why you should read my book’. It throws down the gauntlet to authors to explain why, in a world with so many books, readers with limited time should devote any of it to their novel.
We’ve rooted out some more prize-winning books you might like. Our history of the genre series continues with a look at the ‘literary novel’, but no satire this time. Because fact at the moments seems to so much more outrageous than fiction, so we include instead a short analysis of the Brexit plot so far. As is often said, ‘you couldn’t make it up’
In our Features section, we've put in an intriguing contribution by regular contributor Rob Burton. Also Keith Guernsey recounts finding love and and new kid on the block Eric Vignieri muses on future fiction trends and flash fiction.
Our Writers Notes section this time extols the pleasures we get from those endearing eccentric minor characters considerate authors insinuate into more straight-faced novels.
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Rob Burton's journeys in Africa
Why read my book
'Viggy' on Flash Fiction
Keith Guernsey finds love
HISTORY OF THE GENRE