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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

The Great Amazon Review Chase

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  Why Book Reviews on Amazon Matter  Every author knows book reviews posted on retail giant Amazon matter. Amazon owns about 50% of the global book market and a book’s Amazon ranking is a major determiner...

How I came to write a doctoral thesis on Alice A. Bailey

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It was 2001 and the twin towers had fallen the month before. 9/11 marked an event in my own personal story as my mother chose that day to migrate back to Australia, leaving me...

Book review – The Blood Red Experiment: A Neo-Giallo Anthology

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About The Blood Red Experiment Inspired by the genius of Hitchcock and his films, latin luminaries such as Argento and Bava directed macabre murder-mystery thrillers, that combined the suspense with scenes of outrageous violence, stylish cinematography,...
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My #AWW2018 Round UP – Australian Women Writers Challenge

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What a year 2018 has been. I signed up for a modest three titles with #AWW this year, because I didn’t think I would have the time for more. In the end I have...
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Book review – Twerk by Isobel Blackthorn

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I had to share this stunning *****5 Star review of Twerk. The reviewer has summed up the essence of this novel much better than I could. “With “Twerk”, Isobel Blackthorn has written a suspense novel...
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Book review: The Unknown by Phil Price

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About The Unknown It happens every year. A select few disappear, never to return. From The Falkland Islands to the Himalayas, Puerto Rico to England – people are vanishing without trace or explanation. A young man...
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Book Review: Death Sentences by Michael Zimecki

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Introducing Death Sentences, a novel written in the form of a memoir and narrated by a guy on death row. About Death Sentences Peter “Pop” Popovich is a 24-year-old unemployed glazier, anti-Semite and white supremacist who...
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Book review: Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven

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There is fiction that is entirely make believe. Then there is fiction that has its basis in fact and the historical record. Return to Hiroshima by Bob Van Laerhoven, in the tradition of political thrillers,...
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Book review: The Ka by Mary Deal

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   The Ka by Mary Deal   About The Ka California archaeology student Chione has vivid dreams about the discovery of an opulent tomb. After the founder of the Institute of Archaeology learns that Chione’s dreams might...
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Should authors Americanize their fiction?

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I am a British-Australian author with nine novels under my belt to date. All of my fiction has been set in either the Canary Islands, Britain, Australia, or with multiple settings around the world,...