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Margaret McGoverne
Word obsessed tea boozer, historical/ science fiction author. Editor, . Read The Battle of Watling Street -
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 23
Hidden history of the Coliseum after the fall of Rome, from medieval fortresses to slaughterhouse...
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 22
"How do you defeat terrorism? Don’t be terrorized.”Salman Rushdie. Sometimes it's very hard, but we have to not be scared, not be terrorised
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 18
Thank you! I'm retreading Iceni roads again...;-)
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 18
"Sighed" for me! What famous writers' most used words say about them
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 15
Thank you for the retweet! :-)
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 15
Photo Inspiration for “The Bondage of The Soil”
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 11
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 11
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 6
Dickens not empathetic because he was a white male?! Literature report shows UK readers stuck in white past
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 5
Lessons In Kindle – Twelve Things I Learned When Publishing My Book on Amazon (Part 1)
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 4
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Margaret McGoverne Mar 3
Issue 3 of StrippedLit500 is here! Read ten tales of perfect bite-size fiction
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StrippedLit500 Feb 28
I would add, don't be in a rush to upload to Kindle until you've prepared everything!!
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Margaret McGoverne Feb 28
still accepting short stories up to500 words, last day today
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Margaret McGoverne Feb 25
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