Bookclub; Every Week We Bring You Book News, Reviews and Interviews. Today We Encourage Budding Authors to Get Writing for the New Writers Awards 2017and Best-Selling Novelist Roberta Kray Reveals Her Literary Loves Past and Present

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Bookclub; Every Week We Bring You Book News, Reviews and Interviews. Today We Encourage Budding Authors to Get Writing for the New Writers Awards 2017and Best-Selling Novelist Roberta Kray Reveals Her Literary Loves Past and Present


New Writers Awards Alistair MacLean. Ian Rankin, below. Val McDermid. Denise Mina. William McIlvanney. Do you dream of seeing your moniker on a list of Scottish literary greats? Is there a book that's been in your mind for years, just waiting to be written? Pick up that pen and get started, as the Scottish Book Trust have announced that applications are now being accepted for the New Writers Awards 2017.

Ten unpublished writers will receive prizes including PS2000 cash, aweek-long retreat atCove Park, mentoring from writers and industry professionals, training in public relations, social media and performance and the opportunity to showcase work to publishers and agents.

For full details on the application process, go to www.scottishbooktrust.com For the love of books Roberta Kray As a child I loved the books of Beatrix Potter: the characters, the drawings, even the smell of the glossy white pages.

The world should read Primo Levi's If This is a Man. Levi's account of his time in Auschwitz is compelling reading. …

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