Self Publishing Journeys

Episode 28: Griselda Heppel

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Griselda Heppel

Griselda Heppel was born in Vienna and grew up in England and Germany.

After reading English at Cambridge, Griselda worked in publishing before a move to Oxford with her husband to bring up their 4 children put her career on hold.

She took up writing seriously 10 years ago.

Her first book, Ante's Inferno, won the Children's People's Book Prize, a Silver Wishing Shelf Award and was runner-up in Writing Magazine's Self-Publishing competition.

Griselda's latest book, The Tragickall History of Henry Fowst, is a dark tale of magic, mystery, demons and Faustian pacts as an Elizabethan diary comes to life.

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Griselda's website:

Griselda's author page at Troubador:

Guardian article on Griselda:

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Griselda's Amazon Author page:

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Talking points:

Cornerstones Literary Consultancy:

Lee Weatherly:

Hilary Paynter wood engraver:

Peter Lawrence wood engraver:

The Wishing Shelf Book Awards:

The People's Book Prize:

Self-Publishing with Matador:

Episode 28, release date Monday 12th September, 2016

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The Alliance of Independent Authors news update for Friday 9th September 2016:

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