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I wanted to share this interview with a Spanish author whose work I’ve translated into English and reviewed, and whom I had the pleasure to meet in person at Literania, recently. A fabulous writer and human being. I hope I’ll work with him again in the future.

Hello – I’m Laura Martín.  Do you remember “The Advantages and Disadvantages of Being an Indie Author”?  That’s me.  Now, […]

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Thanks so much to Ailsa Abraham Author​ for a great interview and for the hospitality. Beware! Today I talk about my books!

The Bingergread Cottage

Welcome back. Still chatting to Olga. Finally, your own work! Tell us all about your writing.

Thanks Ailsa. I’ve been writing since I was quite young, although, thankfully, most of it has been lost in the darkness of time. The first novel I published, called ‘The Man Who Never Was’ is a story about Jesús, a canvis portada 2 ingvery ugly boy, and his very special family. I was very influenced by Magic Realism at the time when I wrote the first draft (I must have been 17 or 18) but have worked on the story a lot since.

Twin EvilsThe second story ‘Twin Evils?’ I also wrote years back. It’s a novella about a pair of twins, a boy and a girl, complete opposites of each other, and a their best friend, a girl their age, who finds it difficult to keep neutral between them. I published it as a YA story, although…

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