My Next Big Thing

From Thoughts from Botswana by Lauri Kubuitsile Tue Nov 20 2012, 23:00:00

Writers in the blogsphere have been passing The Next Big Thing around cyberspace for us to hear about what writers have in their pipeline, to tell us about their Next Big Thing. I was invited by UK based writer Sue Guiney whose Next Big Thing can be seen HERE. Sue Guiney is the author of A Clash of the Innocents and Tangled Roots (both novels), a collection of poetry, Her Life Collected, and a poetry play, Dreams of May.

Now for My Next Big Thing....


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