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About the contributors

All these writers generously gave their time and insight for this Masters project. You can find out more about them and some related organisations through the following links.

Kate Harrison is the author of 12 novels for women and YA, as well as the successful ‘fasting revolution’ 5:2 Diet Book. She kindly interrupted recipe-testing her new 5:2 cookbook to be interviewed.

JJ Marsh releases in June Tread Softly, the third novel in her Beatrice Stubbs international-thriller series. Also check out her writer’s collective Triskele Books and the Alliance of Independent Authors.

cornish houseLiz Fenwick publishes her second Cornish novel in May. She also presented a workshop about social media as a marketing tool at the 2013 Chipping Norton Literary Festival.

Nick Harkaway was recently short-listed for the Arthur C. Clarke award for science fiction. He’s also a non-fiction writer and commentator.

 

Members of the Romantic Novelists’ Association shared their social networking experiences:

Julie Cohen is a creative writing tutor and author of 15 novels.

Anna Jacobs has written 61 historical and romance stories so far.

RNAElizabeth Bailey is the author of historical and literary fiction, as well as a playwright.

Jo Beverley has written numerous best-sellers, making her one of only 12 authors to be listed in the Romance Writers of America’s Hall of Fame.

Katherine Garbera has around three million books in print, mostly for Harlequin and Silhouette.

Sarah Duncan is a novelist and creative writing tutor.

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