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Letters From Berlin – Interview with Tania Blanchard

Briefly tell me about your new book! Letters from Berlin is inspired by the life of my grandmother’s cousin and follows the story of a ‘mixed marriage’ family, Jewish and German, during World War Two Germany and into the Soviet occupation.  Set in and around Berlin, Susie’s world is turned…
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Book Blast! Adverse Effects

Determined to help her amnesiac patients recover their lives, Boston psychiatrist Cristina Silva is achieving near-miraculous results by prescribing Recognate, a revolutionary new memory-recovery drug now in trials. She understands her patients' suffering better than most because she's lost her memories, too. Desperate to become herself again, she pops the…
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Gill Mann reflects on the joys and difficulties of raising a son with schizophrenia

‘You are a song inside me now, a melody that stirs and bursts into life when I think of you.’ This is a story about love. In her heart-breaking, thought-provoking, and ultimately uplifting memoir, Gill remembers life with her son, Sam, a boy and young man who enchanted and infuriated…
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Author Thomas Duffy talks about creative writing during a pandemic

Stockboy Nation, The Separation and Social Work author Thomas Duffy shares his experience releasing a book during a pandemic and his tips to keep that creativity flowing! As many writers have discovered, coping with everything going on during isolation/lockdown has proven to be very difficult. When it comes to writing…
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