Margaret Bowker's exciting novel Julia is now available on Kindle

Margaret Bowker's exciting literary romance, Julia, is now available on Kindle. As part of the literary project, the Modern Classics Series, Pembury Publishing has pleasure in noting the novel has been independently transferred to Kindle.
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Feb. 20, 2013 - PRLog -- Recently, the literary romance, Julia, by arts writer, Margaret Bowker, the sixth of the novels in the Modern Classics Series, was made available on Kindle. The series is composed of some ten novels, including one presently in progress, Prior Street, and is a literary project originating from Margaret's time as a committee member of Speakeasy, Milton Keynes's major writing group. The project is inspired by the great work of Jane Austen and interest in it has now spread into a number of countries around the world, where it is on sale domestically.

Julia was proving a little difficult to obtain in paperback so it was independently put up on Kindle, thanks for that, and Pembury Publishing will be transferring the novel to the independent publishing platform, Create Space, in due course.Create Space provides nice white paper, good front covers and normal book prices, a desirable target for writing projects! The Modern Classics Series was not meant to be commercial, but was initiated to show that original literary romantic writing can take off to some degree without spending money. And thanks to David Lassman who a few years ago sent slightly altered Jane Austen novels to the main publishers and was heartily turned down, because that was also a spur to keep the project going.

The latest published book, The Governess, will also be shortly made available on Kindle and the popular novel, The Interloper, is already on Kindle and now available in paperback, in amended text form, for very reasonable prices, after being thirteen pounds or so for rather a long time. Progress. As Martin Brocklebank always says at Speakeasy - keep writing!  

Margaret is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a Member both of the RSL and The Jane Austen Society.
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