Jane Cable

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Name: Jane Cable
Date registered: August 1, 2014

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  1. BUSINESS OF BOOKS: FIRST, LAST, EVERYTHING – WRITER CLARE SWATMAN — February 21, 2018
  2. THE BUSINESS OF BOOKS: ONLY TAKE IT ON IF YOU CAN SEE IT THROUGH — February 14, 2018
  3. JANE CABLE REVIEWS: THE LAST DAY by CLAIRE DYER — February 13, 2018
  4. BUSINESS OF BOOKS: FIRST, LAST, EVERYTHING – AUTHOR JOHN JACKSON — February 7, 2018
  5. BUSINESS OF BOOKS: TAKE FOUR WRITERS – INTRODUCING ANGELA PETCH — January 31, 2018

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Feb 21

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: FIRST, LAST, EVERYTHING – WRITER CLARE SWATMAN

Clare Swatman spent almost 20 years working in women’s weekly magazines. Her debut novel Before You Go was published last year, and her second, The Mother’s Secret, is published by Pan Macmillan on 22 February. She’s currently writing her third novel. What was the first writing advice you were ever given? ‘Write about what you …

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Feb 14

THE BUSINESS OF BOOKS: ONLY TAKE IT ON IF YOU CAN SEE IT THROUGH

Jane Cable considers what it takes to organise a successful event Never one to ask others to do what I won’t myself, I thought that this year I would focus my own articles on advice given and received as well. Except as I have the privilege of writing my own column once a month I’m …

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Feb 13

JANE CABLE REVIEWS: THE LAST DAY by CLAIRE DYER

  This is a clever book on so many levels. Just as you are settling in with the characters Claire Dyer throws a curve ball which grips you and makes it impossible not to read on. Vita, Boyd and Honey are not a love triangle. They can’t be; Vita got over Boyd years ago, but …

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Feb 07

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: FIRST, LAST, EVERYTHING – AUTHOR JOHN JACKSON

Kicking off a new series for 2018, Jane Cable talks to romantic novelist and former seafarer John Jackson What was the first writing advice you were ever given? The first piece was one I worked out for myself before starting to write fiction. In a previous life, I spent many years preparing safety manuals, policies …

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Jan 31

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: TAKE FOUR WRITERS – INTRODUCING ANGELA PETCH

Hi! … can’t believe I’m on here. I’m excited, apprehensive and honoured to share in this venture. I love reading. I don’t think you can be a writer without being a bookworm. I panic if I’m coming to the end of a good book and feel bereft until I’m lost in another story. Although I …

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Jan 24

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: TAKE FOUR WRITERS – INTRODUCING LUCY COLEMAN

New year – new opportunities and a new name! Life doesn’t get much better, does it? My first book – The French Adventure with Aria Fiction (Head of Zeus) – is due for release on 1 February 2018 and I’m elated! The launch of a new book is usually the culmination of more than a …

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Jan 17

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: TAKE FOUR WRITERS – INTRODUCING JACKIE BALDWIN

Hello everyone! I’m so excited to be sharing with you all the steps towards publication of my second crime novel, Perfect Dead. I’m a Scottish crime writer and live in Dumfries, SW Scotland which is where my series is set. For most of my working life I was a solicitor practicing in family and criminal …

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Jan 10

BUSINESS OF BOOKS: TAKE FOUR WRITERS – INTRODUCING CLAIRE DYER

Being a poet and a novelist I’m often asked whether I prefer one over the other and I always answer that I love them both the same – like I do my two children, obviously! Seriously though, I really do believe both mediums are two sides of the same coin; both set scenes, tell stories …

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