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Harriet Smart

Job TitleHistorical Novelist & Creative Director

Company NameAnthemion Software

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Harriet Smart is a historical novelist, who has published seven novels, five traditionally with Headline and two as an independent. She is currently working on a historical crime series, The Northminster Mysteries, set in early Victorian England. She is also Creative Director of Anthemion Software, a small software house which specialises in tools for fiction writing and e-publishing.(www.writerscafe.co.uk). Passionate about social media and the benefits of technology for writer-entrepreneurs, she has also been known to solve outbreaks of writer's block by going back to the basics of dip pens and ink. Harriet blogs at www.harrietsmart.com and tweets as @fictionwitch.


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Highlights from the LBF Library

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