Posted on 14th May 2013

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Black Bread White Beer

‘A relationship exposed through the excruciating grief of an early miscarriage…a fluent, involving novel that takes the reader’s sympathies and emotions to the quietest, often most unrecognised limits of human pain.’ Lynne Hatwell  Literary Blogger at dovegreyreader scribbles Synopsis: Amal is driving his wife Claud from London to her parents’ country house. In the wake…

Posted on 8th November 2011

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Something Beginning With…

A nose through Sarah Salway’s bibliography reveals the recently appointed Canterbury Laureate’s penchant for concise form. She’s published two books of short stories, the second a joint effort with Lynne Rees featuring 300 pieces of precisely 300 words each; her publishing company Speechbubble Books, co-founded with friend and colleague Catherine Smith, is devoted to providing…