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BOOK CLUB (January) with Sylvia Kent & Carley-Ann Osborne

January Book Club kicked off with Sylvia Kent back with updates on Brentwood Writers Circle, Society of Woman Writers and Journalists and our guest writer, Carley-Ann Osborne. 

Sylvia also had 60 Second History this month on The Brentwood Centre and even some history on Phoenix FM itself.

Our guest writer for this month was Carley-Ann Osborne. We talked about her book WHAT WE CAN BE. It’s her first book and was picked up by a Publisher straight away. Her second and third books are well underway.

WHAT WE CAN BE

CEO Amelie Rochfield knows what it takes to succeed. She has spent years learning how to navigate the social intricacies needed to succeed in London and how to hold onto that delicate balance between control and chaos.

However, Nathaniel Brooks, the most important person in her life, is about to shift the balance. Can he show her what she has been missing out on, or will she allow fear to stop her seeing exactly what they can be?

 

INTERVIEW – CARLEY-ANN OSBORNE

Carley-Ann Osborn (ampbk.com)

 

 

WORD of the DAY JOLLOP (A drink of) strong liquor. 1920– 2 A purgative, a medicine. The earliest known use of the noun jollop is in the early 1700s. OED’s earliest evidence for jollop is from 1705, in W. Bosman’s New Description of Coast of Guinea.

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BOOK CLUB (January) with Sylvia Kent & Carley-Ann Osborne

January Book Club kicked off with Sylvia Kent back with updates on Brentwood Writers Circle, Society of Woman Writers and Journalists and our guest writer, Carley-Ann Osborne. 

Sylvia also had 60 Second History this month on The Brentwood Centre and even some history on Phoenix FM itself.

Our guest writer for this month was Carley-Ann Osborne. We talked about her book WHAT WE CAN BE. It’s her first book and was picked up by a Publisher straight away. Her second and third books are well underway.

WHAT WE CAN BE

CEO Amelie Rochfield knows what it takes to succeed. She has spent years learning how to navigate the social intricacies needed to succeed in London and how to hold onto that delicate balance between control and chaos.

However, Nathaniel Brooks, the most important person in her life, is about to shift the balance. Can he show her what she has been missing out on, or will she allow fear to stop her seeing exactly what they can be?

 

INTERVIEW – CARLEY-ANN OSBORNE

Carley-Ann Osborn (ampbk.com)

 

 

WORD of the DAY JOLLOP (A drink of) strong liquor. 1920– 2 A purgative, a medicine. The earliest known use of the noun jollop is in the early 1700s. OED’s earliest evidence for jollop is from 1705, in W. Bosman’s New Description of Coast of Guinea.

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BOOK CLUB (January) with Sylvia Kent & Carley-Ann Osborne

January Book Club kicked off with Sylvia Kent back with updates on Brentwood Writers Circle, Society of Woman Writers and Journalists and our guest writer, Carley-Ann Osborne. 

Sylvia also had 60 Second History this month on The Brentwood Centre and even some history on Phoenix FM itself.

Our guest writer for this month was Carley-Ann Osborne. We talked about her book WHAT WE CAN BE. It’s her first book and was picked up by a Publisher straight away. Her second and third books are well underway.

WHAT WE CAN BE

CEO Amelie Rochfield knows what it takes to succeed. She has spent years learning how to navigate the social intricacies needed to succeed in London and how to hold onto that delicate balance between control and chaos.

However, Nathaniel Brooks, the most important person in her life, is about to shift the balance. Can he show her what she has been missing out on, or will she allow fear to stop her seeing exactly what they can be?

 

INTERVIEW – CARLEY-ANN OSBORNE

Carley-Ann Osborn (ampbk.com)

 

 

WORD of the DAY JOLLOP (A drink of) strong liquor. 1920– 2 A purgative, a medicine. The earliest known use of the noun jollop is in the early 1700s. OED’s earliest evidence for jollop is from 1705, in W. Bosman’s New Description of Coast of Guinea.

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BOOK CLUB (January) with Sylvia Kent & Carley-Ann Osborne

January Book Club kicked off with Sylvia Kent back with updates on Brentwood Writers Circle, Society of Woman Writers and Journalists and our guest writer, Carley-Ann Osborne. 

Sylvia also had 60 Second History this month on The Brentwood Centre and even some history on Phoenix FM itself.

Our guest writer for this month was Carley-Ann Osborne. We talked about her book WHAT WE CAN BE. It’s her first book and was picked up by a Publisher straight away. Her second and third books are well underway.

WHAT WE CAN BE

CEO Amelie Rochfield knows what it takes to succeed. She has spent years learning how to navigate the social intricacies needed to succeed in London and how to hold onto that delicate balance between control and chaos.

However, Nathaniel Brooks, the most important person in her life, is about to shift the balance. Can he show her what she has been missing out on, or will she allow fear to stop her seeing exactly what they can be?

 

INTERVIEW – CARLEY-ANN OSBORNE

Carley-Ann Osborn (ampbk.com)

 

 

WORD of the DAY JOLLOP (A drink of) strong liquor. 1920– 2 A purgative, a medicine. The earliest known use of the noun jollop is in the early 1700s. OED’s earliest evidence for jollop is from 1705, in W. Bosman’s New Description of Coast of Guinea.

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