Although much ink has been devoted to sex, sagas like â€śStories of a married manâ€ť and â€śAquilesâ€ť address a moor that few authors have passed through â€śnon-heteronormative sexuality.â€ť Gonzalo NarvreĂłn and Aquiles lead Gonzalo NarvreĂłn, the writer, where his appetite takes them. We talked to Gonzalo Alcaide NarvreĂłn about these two successful series. Why write two sagas, in which the protagonists are bisexual men, sexuality so little visible and even resisted? Interesting question and I would say that the answer… Read more
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Ever since AmĂ©lie Yan-GouiffĂ¨s decided to dedicate her life to helping others she’s proved that thereâ€™s never a bad time to start following your heart. After working for 17 years managing humanitarian projects in countries such as those in former Yugoslavia, Colombia, Zimbabwe, Eritrea, Nicaragua, Haiti, and Nepal amongst many others, she now supports leaders and change-makers to share their message with the world. Now this debut author, who is an international speaker, coach, humanitarian and a mother, has found… Read more
Are you considering writing a book and looking at all of your options?Â Are you nervous about self-publishing? If so, this article could help. Self-publishing has helped a great deal of authors publish their work. Many of these might otherwise have never written a book or certainly not got round to publishing. It has opened up the doors to so many people and completely changed the face of the industry.Â Moving forward, self-publishing is going to grow and grow and… Read more
October is a popular month for literary festivals, with some of the best-loved names in the literary world coming together and attending festivals across the country. For three days between 12th and 14th October, join Pam Ayres, Jonathan Dimbleby, Sonia Purnell. Edna O’Brien and Aslan the lion as you are taken on a literary journey throughout the ages.
The largest festival of arts and culture is this month. Attend the Canterbury Festival!
Is it for me? Fans of literature who live close to Cheltenham or donâ€™t mind travelling to get there, should not miss the literary festival this month. It started last Friday (5th October) and is carrying on until Sunday 14th October.