Olga Núñez Miret

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To request a Book Review: OlgaNM@doctors.net.uk

Who is Olga?

“I’m a writer, translator (English-Spanish and vice versa) and a forensic psychiatrist.”-Olga

And that’s just the beginning. It would be easier to tell you what Olga is not. She’s not ordinary. Olga and I have known each other for a time. If you want to really know all about her, then visit her bio page on her blog here. You can also read her LWI Author Interview here.

 

Why is Olga here?

I posted a need for Book Reviewers and for some insane reason Olga asked me about it. Before I knew it I had a very qualified Book Reviewer and Feature Writer. So why is she here? I’m a lucky man, that’s why.

What will Olga be doing?

Olga will be doing what Olga likes to do. Okay, Book Reviews and Features. I have a feeling she will be getting into the more, as I call them, ‘thinky’ things. Her and Florence will get along great. I have two people here to prove I am insane now.

What does Olga Review?

“I’m a bit of an odd one. I like a variety of things. I love horror books, what some people call ‘literary fiction’, I must confess not to like erotica very much. Historical fiction and thrillers I like too. I’ve been reading more romance books of recent and quite enjoy them. I’ve read some science-fiction books that I’ve enjoyed but it’s not usually my preference. I quite like stories with human interest, complex characters and I’m always inclined to read books with themes around psychiatry.”-Olga

 

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2 thoughts on “Olga Núñez Miret”

  1. Name: Stephen Taylor
    Email: silverfox2777@outlook.com
    Book name: Gospels
    Hi
    I am a long time writer but have only recently joined Goodreads. There are a number of my books, but any previous reviews have not crossed over from Amazon, etc., so I am trying to get the review process underway on Goodreads ( and Amazon of course). Are you able to help, please?
    I have previously won the Great Beeston Book Read and been long-listed for the Britwriters award.
    All my books are available for review, but the latest is “Gospels.”
    Please don’t be put off by the title, the book is historical fiction not a Christian tome, the quest for the earliest bibles is an academic one and is only one of the storylines.

    A brief synopsis –
    The year is 1835 – in the back alleys of London John Campbell-John is running for his life. A rogue, imposter, swindler – a man without honour, without empathy for his fellow man. But his massive debts have now vindictively caught up with him. He has even stolen from his best friend. He has one option – to flee the country. In Venice, there is a chance encounter, and an unlikely friendship emerges. Robert Babcock is everything John is not – honourable, academic, a man on an admirable quest – to travel in Egypt to find the earliest original copies of the Gospels to prove the reliability of the story of Jesus, as told in the King James Bible. Is Gospel Truth, as we say today, really undeniable. A story of discovery, of adventure from the River Nile to the endless deserts of Sinai, and ultimately a personal redemption.

    Excuse my ignorance but can you indicate where we go from here. The Book is available on Kindle or print copy.
    The structure of the novel is a crossover from Hollywood Road Movie to historical fiction.
    .
    Many thanks in anticipation.
    Steve Taylor

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