Rebecca Mascull & the Literary Lunch

CleethorpesAlanandMargaretThere are so many great things being a published author.  Beyond the thrill of seeing your book in a shop or meeting someone who has read (and maybe even loved) your writing, there are often  opportunities to speak about our work and – even better – to speak with other writers.  We all know that writing happens in isolation, that books are crafted from good, hard graft, but sometimes, even the hardest working writer has to leave her desk!  Recently, Rebecca Mascull, author of The Visitors and Song of the Sea Maid, was asked to do an event with two of her literary heroes in what, she said, “was one of the proudest days of my life.”  Read all about it on her Tumblr:

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