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Blog 83 15/06/2019 A Literary World: An Interview with Author Grahame Peace

Posted on 15 June, 2019

Blog 83 15/06/2019 A Literary World: An Interview with Author Grahame Peace

A Literary World An Interview with Author Grahame Peace Today’s guest on A Literary World is author, Grahame Peace.  Grahame and I have only recently got to know one another and it was not only books that brought us together, but our shared...

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Blog 82 22/05/2019 A Literary World: An Interview with Author Laura Rahme

Posted on 22 May, 2019

Blog 82 22/05/2019 A Literary World: An Interview with Author Laura Rahme

 A Literary World: An Interview with Author Laura Rahme One of the great delights about doing these interviews is that I get to chat with people who I admire. Some of these people I have only recently met, others, like today’s guest, I have...

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Blog 81 12/05/2019 Couturiers of the Belle Époque: Jeanne Hallée

Posted on 12 May, 2019

Blog 81 12/05/2019 Couturiers of the Belle Époque:  Jeanne Hallée

Couturiers of the Belle Époque:  Jeanne Hallée Very little is known about the French designer, Jeanne Hallée (1880-1914) yet during the Belle  Époque, she was regarded as one of the most important designers of her day. Jeanne was apprenticed to the...

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Blog 80 15/04/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Jennifer S. Alderson

Posted on 15 April, 2019

Blog 80 15/04/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Jennifer S. Alderson

A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Jennifer S. Alderson My guest today is author, Jennifer S. Alderson, a writer I admire for a number of reasons. She is an avid traveller, or perhaps I should say, adventurer, and shares my passion for WWII and...

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Blog 79 06/04/2019 Fashion and Hollywood: Award-Winning Costume Designer, Edith Head

Posted on 6 April, 2019

Blog 79 06/04/2019 Fashion and Hollywood: Award-Winning Costume Designer, Edith Head

Fashion and Hollywood: Award-Winning Costume Designer, Edith Head. When it comes to Hollywood costume designers, you can’t get anyone more famous than Edith Head. Most of you would recognise a few of her clothes. Winning a record eight Academy...

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Blog 78 20/03/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Alexa Kang

Posted on 20 March, 2019

Blog 78 20/03/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Alexa Kang

A LITERARY WORLD An Interview with Alexa Kang One of the joys of writing is that I get to meet other authors whose books and background inspire me. Alexa Kang, today’s guest on A Literary World, is one such person. Alexa is one of the authors...

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Blog 77 09/03/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Uvi Poznansky

Posted on 9 March, 2019

Blog 77 09/03/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: An Interview with Uvi Poznansky

 A LITERARY WORLD An Interview with Uvi Poznansky I am always in awe of multi-talented people who have several careers and are successful in all of them. “If you want something done, give it to a busy person” springs to mind here. My guest today on...

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Blog 76 28/02/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: The French Life. An Interview with Beth Haslam

Posted on 28 February, 2019

Blog 76 28/02/2019 A LITERARY WORLD: The French Life. An Interview with Beth Haslam

A LITERARY WORLD The French Life: An interview with Beth Haslam My guest today on A Literary World, is author and confirmed Francophile, Beth Haslam. I was honored and excited when Beth agreed to do an interview with me as I am a great admirer, not...

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Blog 75 28/01/2019 Emilie Flöge , Designer and Muse to Gustav Klimt

Posted on 27 January, 2019

Blog 75 28/01/2019 Emilie Flöge , Designer and Muse to Gustav Klimt

Emilie Flöge, Designer and Muse to Gustav Klimt Emilie Louise Flöge was an Austrian fashion designer and businesswoman. She thrived in an era when women’s rights and freedoms were restricted and her contribution to fashion history still lives on,...

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Blog 75 21/11/2018 Behind the Story: The Notebooks for “The Embroiderer”.

Posted on 18 November, 2018

Blog 75 21/11/2018 Behind the Story: The Notebooks for “The Embroiderer”.

Behind the Story: The Notebooks for “The Embroiderer”.   Every author has their own way of working, and each story may have its own unique style in the way it is approached. Some authors are plotters, others are pantsters. To date,...

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