Category: Meet the Authors

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Melville Lovatt

About Melville Lovatt Melville Lovatt is an award winning playwright / monologue writer whose plays have been performed widely in smaller theatres throughout London. A number of Melville’s plays have won awards:The Powers That...

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Jennie Willett

About Jennie Willett Jennie Willett As a lecturer in adult teacher education, specialising in the way people learn Jenny facilitated courses at a London college on personal development. Many of her students suffered from...

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Sue Hampton

About Sue Hampton Sue, author of over 30 titles describes herself best. I am Me was written by Sue Hampton and illustrated by Paula Watkins to help fundraise for People Not Borders, a charity...

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Robbie Cheadle and Michael

About Robbie Robbie is a qualified chartered accountant and works in corporate finance specialising in advice relating to the listings requirements of various stock exchanges, in particular the JSE Limited, and takeover law. Robbie’s...

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Bhupendra Brahmabhatt

About Bhupendra Brahmabhatt Bhupendra grew up in Kenya, East Africa, moving to the United Kingdom during the 1970s. He now lives in Pinner, Middlesex and is a member of Harrow Writers’ Circle. Currently, he...

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SupportingLocal

One challenge self-published authors have, more so than those with a publisher, is marketing their books. TSL likes to be #SupportingLocal where possible through events, promotions and including books when attending markets. One of...

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Arnie Wilson

About Arnie Wilson Although Arnie Wilson comes from an artistic background (his father, Bernard, was a composer who met his wife Joan, a concert pianist, at London’s Wigmore Hall where they were both featured...

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Jane Lockyer Willis

About Jane Lockyer Willis Jane grew up in Warwickshire before moving to London to study English, Speech and Drama at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama: Past experience includes the stage, amateur and...

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Ray Wooster

About Ray Wooster Ray was 83 when his first book, A Boy’s War Journal was published. He has been writing since secondary school. Between 2013 and 2015, Ray was chairman of the Harrow Writers’...

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John Samson

About John Samson Having had friends and others comment favourably on his writing but not being able to find an agent, John looked to self-publish. Cold Fiction was the outcome. Having discovered TSL Pub,...