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Christina – Queen of Sweden

For week 2 of LGBT History Month I talked about Christina of Sweden. Christina was the queen of Sweden between 1632 and 1654, when she abdicated. After the death of her father when she was six years old, Christina ascended to the throne. She did not, however, rule Sweden until

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LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History month, so every week in February I am using my various human forms to talk about a small part of LGBTQ+ history. I thought I would also collate what I’m writing here on Newsnibbles so those of you to whom I still remain a mystery could have access

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Beat the Post Christmas Blues with a Book!

It’s that void time between Christmas and New Year, when no-one really knows what day it is, or what’s going on, and not really sure what to do. But fear not, Newsnibbles is here to help you beat the boredom with some free or reduced books! We asked some of our

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Another Belter from Claire Buss

When friend of Newsnibbles and regular visitor Claire Buss asked us to host the press release for her latest book The Gaia Solution we were of course delighted. Speaking to one of our interns she said: In this time of doom and gloom with dystopian novels full of bleakness, The Gaia Collection

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New Female-Driven Sci-Fi Web-Series Launches Indie-a-go-go Campaign

You may remember back in 2017, we had the pleasure of interviewing a visitor to Earth, Lex Kepler. Despite the current planetary situation, they are still here, and hoping to raise money to document their time here as a web series! Find out more below! Award-winning women writers and founders

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A New and Exciting Magazine for Writers

Friend of Newsnibbles Claire Buss recently dropped us a line to tell us about an exciting new project she’s involved in. Speaking to our reporter she said: Write On! Magazine is a great community initiative designed to bring together diverse writers from across Barking & Dagenham, Newham, Redbridge, Southend and

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Mime Attack!

Some months ago, author and friend of Newsnibbles; Maria Riegger mentioned a traumatic experience she had with a mime some years ago, whilst living in Spain. As we have a particular interest in mimes, she has written it up for us.  Her statement is as follows: Picture it: Barcelona, around the

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Death is For the Living

As you know, here at Newsnibbles, we love a good vampire yarn. And here’s one coming your way this Christmas! Death is for the Living …when ‘here be monsters’ doesn’t only mark the unknown. By day, Cristina Batista is a deck girl on a Caribbean charter yacht, with all the

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My Dream Woman Audiobook

My Dream Woman, written by C H Clepitt and Narrated by Natalie Husdan is available now as an audiobook. Blurb: When your dreams are real there’s nowhere to escape! Andi is just holding it together. Working two jobs means she doesn’t need to rely on anyone, but doesn’t have much

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Sparkly Badgers Recommend

Sunday July 1st is #IndiePrideDay, where independent authors (or authors published by small presses) come together and celebrate pride that they did it all by themselves. There is still a lot of stigma around being an independent author.  People say it’s badly edited, or contains plot holes.  Well, that is

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