Marlene Hauser


Marlene in Japan

A Most Important F

Hi Everyone, With school on the horizon here in the UK – a September 25th start for Uni – I have been reflecting on my son’s summer travels. From inter-railing through Europe, crossing the Atlantic to Boston, eventually travelling on to Vermont and Niagara Falls, then back to London for the Notting Hill Carnival, and …

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Fertile Infertility

Fertile Infertility

Hi Everyone Big and bold: please pre-order, read, review and share MINE, my third novel, with your community! Thank you. Having just returned from the Oxford Literary Festival, the London Book Fair and the Chipping Norton Literary Festival, I have learned one lesson: connect with your social media community about your novel and ask those …

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How To Save Humanity

This Monday morning, despite having had a relatively busy weekend at the Oxford Literary Festival, I found myself at the Bodleian Library doing research for the next novel. After arriving a bit late, I found someone sitting in “my” chair, but no worries, no disruption, he was just leaving. I sat down and got to …

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Girl shrugging her shoulders, yellow background

This? That?

Hi Everyone, Snowing in Oxford this morning and Classic FM is playing Prokofiev’s Sleigh Ride while I stare in disbelief out the kitchen windows. Yes, snow is falling heavily and the Bengal refuses to go out. Spring on the way? So they say. Daffodils and snowdrops all up and at the ready. I do hope …

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Beautiful sunset in Oxford, UK. Oxford university buildings, old college

Wonderland Oxford

Hi Everyone New Year. New ideas, people, places, things? Nope. Not for me. Not entirely anyway because I am hugely grateful for the existing ones, especially the old ones like the town where I live. Literally old, founded in AD 912, Oxford was never on my radar, but we all know what they say about …

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