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Paul M.M. Cooper

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Paul Cooper was born in South London and grew up in Cardiff, Wales. He was educated at the University of Warwick and the UEA, and after graduating he left for Sri Lanka to work as an English teacher, where he took time to explore the ruins both ancient and modern. He has written for magazines, websites and also worked as an archivist, editor and journalist.

He is on Twitter as @PaulMMCooper

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River of Ink

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Hi everyone,

I’m going to be shuttering this blog after a long period of inactivity. Since I’ve started writing for other publications and I’m working on my second novel, I really haven’t had time for it. I’m going to move my official web presence over to www.paulmmcooper.com, and I also tweet regularly, so I hope you’ll all join me over there. Thanks for following all this time, I’ve loved all...

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"Set in 13thC Sri Lanka, Court Poet Ashanka is set to work by Mugha, an usurping Tyrannical king, translating the The Shishupala Vadha, or the Killing of Shishupala ( one episode of the Mahabharata,) .As the resistance to the tyrant grows, the poem..." Read more of this review »
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"River of Ink offers a riveting tale of historical fiction based in medieval Sri Lanka. It tells the story of an old court poet who finds himself swept up in the events of an invasion by the Kalinga chief Magha, who forcibly takes over control of t..." Read more of this review »
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I hated Asanka but I loved this novel and I can't wait for Paul Cooper's second book. I shall write more soon. "
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David James Glad to know you, Paul. I too liked The Museum of Innocence by Pamuk. see my review on Amazon.


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