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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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Talking Torsos

#MemeMonday is back.  The team that brought you The Grumpy Badger Guide to Dinosaur Erotica and The Grumpy Badger Guide to Book Covers has returned to bring you Talking Torsos. Every week our educational torsos will teach you something new.  Do you have a question that can only be explained by a torso?  Pop it

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River City Chronicles, by J Scott Coatsworth

You know we always get excited by a new book release here on Newsnibbles. Friend of Newsnibbles, J Scott Coatsworth has a new novel out this week, and we’re thrilled to be a part of spreading the news for him. The book is brought to you by Other Worlds Ink and is the

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Monday Mystery Mime

Yes it’s Wednesday. We’re sorry, must do better, etc etc. You know the drill, have a guess, stick it in the comments before Friday.  Answer published next week. Congratulations to last week’s winners: Janet Martin and Richard Goldman, who correctly guessed sheet falling from a washing line. This week’s clue

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Yet Another Shit Story

Here at Newsnibbles, we can sniff out shit a mile off, and this story drew our attention. A school superintendent in America has been arrested for defecating on the sports field.  Really.  You cannot make this shit up!  Police launched a sting operation when students and members of staff were complaining

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Curtain Call Press Release

Badger has a new book out! Excitings. Here is some more information.   Curtain Call, by C H Clepitt Blurb: C H Clepitt has a knack for creating real, relatable characters, who face adversity with humour and humanity, and Curtain Call is no exception. “Possibly the best thing I’ve read

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Badgers are Angry!

You just didn’t notice…   You may have spotted in the news this week that Craignethan Castle in Scotland was forced to close off a part of its tunnels due to the presence of a ‘very angry badger’.  You can read the full scoop in The Independent. It seems that the

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