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Tagging Historical Fiction Authors

In the latest game of tag for historical fiction authors on the blogosphere, we introduce the main character of our work in progress or soon to be published novel. Just to be different, I’ve decided to talk about the main … Continue reading

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A Man of Many Parts

It is an honour to host fellow “kitten” Tim Taylor today, Classicist, Philosopher, and man of many other parts, some of which we have in common. I can’t wait to read his first novel, Zeus of Ithome, which you can … Continue reading

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Half-way through BREATH OF AFRICA

Here’s some feedback from a friend I thought I’d lost contact with – she’s living in Australia now. What an amazing place is the internet! Dear Jane, I’m being slow to read your novel – because it’s reading on computer-screen, … Continue reading

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An Intriguing Journey

Another Interview, this time with Jo Valiyi, of the New Eastbourne Writers – My 60 seconds with… J.L. Bwye – author of BREATH OF AFRICA Set against the backdrop of Kenya’s beautiful terrain, Breath of Africa takes the reader on … Continue reading

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THE BOOK SPEAKS FOR ITSELF

BREATH OF AFRICA, dedicated to the people of Kenya, is a novel by Jane Bwye, retired businesswoman and intermittent freelance journalist who lived over half a century in Africa. The 2013 Kenya elections took place without much-feared violence and reprisals, … Continue reading

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