Blog 112 12/08/2022 A Literary World: The Embroidery Hoop

A Literary World: The Embroidery Hoop An embroidery hoop is a tool that helps to keep your fabric tightly stretched between its frames as an aid to embroidery or any other form of needlework. Man’s desire for embellishment is an art form that can be traced back to as early as the Iron Age, and […]

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A Literary World: An interview with Vanessa Couchman

A Literary World An interview with Vanessa Couchman I am honoured to have as my guest today, the internationally acclaimed author, Vanessa Couchman. I have known Vanessa for a few years now. She writes historical fiction with a French flavour, and as I am a self-confessed Francophile, her books and blogs are always guaranteed to […]

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A Literary World: An Interview with Elisabeth Storrs

A Literary World An Interview with Elisabeth Storrs My guest today is Australian author, Elisabeth Storrs, a writer with a passion for the history, art, and myths of the ancient world. After graduating from the University of Sydney in Arts Law, and having studied Classics, over the years Elisabeth has worked as a lawyer and […]

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A Literary World: An Interview with Sylvia Karakaltsas

A Literary World An Interview with Sylvia Karakaltsas My guest today is Melbourne author, Sylvia Karakaltsas; someone I’ve had the pleasure of meeting on several occasions. Welcome to A Literary World, Sylvia. Tell us about your yourself? When did you decide to become an author?  I worked in the corporate world for a long time […]

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A Literary World: An Interview with Annemarie Rawson

A Literary World An Interview with Annemarie Rawson My guest today is someone I first met because of our shared love of France. Annemarie Rawson is a New Zealander who, together with her husband, Steve, packed up the house later in life, rented it out, kissed her family and friends goodbye, and moved 12,000 km […]

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A Literary World: An Interview with Pam Lecky

A Literary World An Interview with Pam Lecky My guest today is the highly successful author, Pam Lecky. Pam is an Irish writer of historical fiction with a particular love for the late Victorian era and early twentieth century. I first got to know of her through her book, Her Secret War, a WW2 thriller, […]

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