In the beginning, there was the word, an idea, and a Chilean immigrant. (2016)

Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes a Latin American poet, feminist and political activist born in Chile, came to England with her young son to start a new life, teaching Spanish and Women’s studies at Lancaster University. At the age of 65, in 2016, Consuelo retired from the Open University where she lectured in Social Sciences and Spanish and decided that she wanted to delve into the world of publishing.

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The #1 Tip for Writing Humorous Stories by Christopher Fielden

Humour is a genre that should bring a smile to a reader’s face, enhancing a strong story. It’s challenging and fun to write.

Many writers are drawn to using humour, but many fail to use it effectively. Maintaining the balance between the plot, characterisation and use of amusing witticisms within a story is difficult.

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The #1 Tip for Writing Humorous Stories by Christopher Fielden

Humour is a genre that should bring a smile to a reader’s face, enhancing a strong story. It’s challenging and fun to write.

Many writers are drawn to using humour, but many fail to use it effectively. Maintaining the balance between the plot, characterisation and use of amusing witticisms within a story is difficult.

Chile paves the way to Victorina Press (2017)

October 2017 brought the centenary of Violeta Parra’s birth, a folk legend and inspiration of Latin America. Almost one hundred and three years ago, Violeta challenged the political ideal of Chile as an idyllic, peaceful and prosperous country. She used music, words, art, and any creative outlet you can think of, as her weaponry and armour to fight the battle for and against the political and social injustices which had the country in turmoil.

In the beginning, there was the word, an idea, and a Chilean immigrant. (2016)

Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes a Latin American poet, feminist and political activist born in Chile, came to England with her young son to start a new life, teaching Spanish and Women’s studies at Lancaster University. At the age of 65, in 2016, Consuelo retired from the Open University where she lectured in Social Sciences and Spanish and decided that she wanted to delve into the world of publishing.

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The #1 Tip for Writing Humorous Stories by Christopher Fielden

Humour is a genre that should bring a smile to a reader’s face, enhancing a strong story. It’s challenging and fun to write.

Many writers are drawn to using humour, but many fail to use it effectively. Maintaining the balance between the plot, characterisation and use of amusing witticisms within a story is difficult.

Chile paves the way to Victorina Press (2017)

October 2017 brought the centenary of Violeta Parra’s birth, a folk legend and inspiration of Latin America. Almost one hundred and three years ago, Violeta challenged the political ideal of Chile as an idyllic, peaceful and prosperous country. She used music, words, art, and any creative outlet you can think of, as her weaponry and armour to fight the battle for and against the political and social injustices which had the country in turmoil.

In the beginning, there was the word, an idea, and a Chilean immigrant. (2016)

Consuelo Rivera-Fuentes a Latin American poet, feminist and political activist born in Chile, came to England with her young son to start a new life, teaching Spanish and Women’s studies at Lancaster University. At the age of 65, in 2016, Consuelo retired from the Open University where she lectured in Social Sciences and Spanish and decided that she wanted to delve into the world of publishing.

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