Author Mercedes Hayes Wins The Café 2017 Website Award

Author Mercedes Hayes Wins The Café 2017 Website Award http://www.MercedesRochelle.com Her Website Is Simple and Eye Catching. All These Categories Meet Our Standard For Reader Friendly. Author Mercedes Hayes Receives: Special Recognition Here On The Café. Special One Time Blog Recognition On Five Promotional Websites. Special Recognition On Facebook (Note Blog Post That Will Stay On Page). Special One-Time Recognition On Twitter and Google+. ************************ Contest Runner Up: Author Michelle M. Pillow https://michellepillow.com/ ************************ The Author Who We Found Could Benefit From A New Website Design and Have it Managed by Theodocia For Six Months To See If We Can Drive Traffic To Her Books. Jennifer Robins http://www.jenniferrobins.com/ We Built A Secondary Website For Her To Attract Readers http://www.robinsnest-psychologicalthrillers.com/ ************************ To Get Your Website, Visit...

Announcing World’s Best Friend Contest Winner

Announcing World’s Best Friend Contest Winner Author Brian L. Beshore (Dizzy OBrian) Is Our World’s Best Friend Contest Winner We Appreciate Author Brian L. Beshore (Dizzy OBrian) Inviting His Author Friends To The Café. Please View The Award Promotion On Cold Coffee Café. http://coldcoffeecafe.com/page/cafe-contests This Promotion Will Extend To Our Multiple Website Blogs, Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Amazon Author’s Page https://www.amazon.com/Dizzy-OBrian/e/B072SGPQPV Cold Coffee Café Author’s Page...

J. F. Slattery

J. F. Slattery was born in Essex, England, in 1950. In the course of a varied education (some said restless mind, others intellectual butterfly) he studied Classics, social history and German – the latter at London University, after which he spent twenty years teaching German literature and philosophy to university students. During this time he published scholarly articles on Heine, Thomas and Erika Mann, and the history of the BBC German Service. In 1995 he decided he could not stand the university world for another moment, so he escaped. In 1996 he founded Slattery Translations, an international business, which in 2000 he relocated to Portugal. He lives in Cascais, near Lisbon. Interview: What makes you proud to be a writer from Cascais, Portugal? People often ask me where I am “from”, and I never know what to reply. I am not really “from” anywhere: I have lived in so many cities, in England, in Germany, and in Portugal. But Cascais – that elegant, cosmopolitan town, on the coast twenty miles from Lisbon – suits me, and suits my business, (my day job) completely. Some people have found it strange that I should be living here and writing books which rely on a precise evocation of another city (London) in another time (nearly two-hundred years ago). I reply that such abstraction of place is not unusual: Arnold Bennett wrote many of his books about life in the industrial heart of England (the “Potteries”) while he was in fact living in Paris; while Thomas Mann’s minute evocation of life in Lübeck, Buddenbrooks, was composed when he was living in Munich – a very different city, especially at that time. I think physical removal from the place you are writing about has great advantages: you are forced...

Romance Shorts by Sourabh Mukherjer

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