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A novel by James Ellis
Bath-based Oxford alumnus, James Ellis, is seeking Patrons for his second novel, An Other’s Look, which is being published by Unbound Books. Patrons are a community of book lovers who bring new voices to published writing by pre-ordering digital or paperback copies of the book. In return their names are published in both editions, they join the Unbound community and they have direct on-line contact with the author. If you would like to join James on his journey from submission to publication then please go to https://unbound.com/books/an-others-look/. And you can find out more about James at jamesauthorellis.com.
James lives near Bath and writes fiction. An Other’s Look is his second novel. The first, The Wrong Story, was published by Unbound in 2017, and he is currently working on his third novel.
He has had a number of short stories and flash fiction published as well as a travelogue of his journey through Central America. He is a Real Writers prizewinner, a Carers UK prizewinner and highly commended in British Fantasy Society short story awards.
James also provides a structural and developmental editing service for fiction writers, creative writing mentoring for unpublished writers, and creative writing workshops.
In the past he has worked as a technical author, a user-experience designer, an information consultant for NGOs and charitable organisations, and as an information and solution designer for an outsourcing and consultancy company.
He holds an MSt in Creative Writing from the Universoty of Oxford and spent his placement reading submissions at an Oxford literary agency. He is a member of the Society of Authors and the International Flann O’Brien Society. At their academic conference in Prague he presented his paper: Boundaries between Fiction and Real-life – an area he still finds interesting.
Come and join us for another board game night at Bristol’s Chance & Counters, the popular board game café and pub. No prerequisites – they have hundreds of board games of all kinds, and are very good at introducing you to new ones.
The café charges you £5 for your seat; food and drinks can be purchased. First come, first served: please email us if you would like to attend as spaces are limited.
Date and time: Thursday, 14 March 2019
Venue: Central Bristol
Book: The Dream of Enlightenment: The Rise of Modern Philosophy, Anthony Gottlieb
Date: Thursday, 15 November 2018
Time: 7 pm – 9 pm
Venue: Veale Wasbrough Vizards, Narrow Quay House, Bristol BS1 4QA
We are pleased to invite members and guests to a Wine Tasting on the theme of "Hidden Corners of Spain and Portugal".
Date and time: Thu, 6 Dec 2018
Venue: Central Bristol
Book: Age of Ambition: Chasing Fortune, Truth and Faith in the New China, Evan Osnos