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Novel Conversations


2020
#NovConv

OUR GUESTS
Authors and their Characters


  3rd January: Melissa Addey and Bao
10th January : Annie Whitehead and Archbishop Dunstan
17th January : Kimberley Jordan Reeman and
  Colonel the Honourable Aeneas Bancroft
24th January : Anna Belfrage and Matthew Graham
31st January : Richard Tearle and Judith
 7th February : Joan Druett and Wiki Coffin
14th February: Susan Grossey and Martha Plank
21st February : Inge H. Borg and Ramose High Priest of Ptah
28th February : Jean Gill and Mielitta
6th March : Helen Hollick and Queen Emma
13th March : J G Harlond and Doña Maria de los Angeles Catalina Fernanda Santoña Gomez de los dos Castillas. Also known as Baroness Metherall (but to her brothers and certain selected people - Alina.)
20th March : John Danielski and Captain Tom Pennywhistle
27th March : Katherine Pym and Lady Sara Kirke
3rd April : Jae Malone and Armistice Endor Jenks
10th April : #NovConv presents a chaos of characters from Jessica Knauss's Unpredictable Worlds
17th April : Pauline Barclay and Trisha
24th April : Wendy Percival and Max Rainsford
1st May : Mary Sharnick and Orla
8th May : Amy Maroney and Mira
15th May : Cryssa Bazos and Iain Johnstone
 22nd May : Lucienne Boyce and Paul Mattox
29th May : Helen Hollick's character Captain Jesamiah Acorne

thus ends the series


A Few Guests From 2019

Julia Brannan and her character  Sir Anthony Peters
Inge H. Borg and her character  Ebu al-Saqqara
Clare Flynn and her character Hector Channing
Annie Whitehead  and her character Æthelflæd, Lady of Mercia
Stephanie Churchill and her character  Kassia
Wendy Percival and her character  Maddy Henderson
Anna Belfrage and her character Matthew Graham
Susan Appleyard and her character  Ludwig, King of Bavaria
Charlene Newcomb  and her character Sir Stephen l'Aigle
Helen Hollick  and her character Pirate Claude de la Rue
Alison Morton and her character  Conradus Mitelus 
Paula Lofting and her character Tovi
Lucienne Boyce and her character Dan Foster 
Richard Abbott's Brendan mab Emrys,
Annie Whitehead's Penda



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