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the drago tree for a travelling book junkie

The Drago Tree for a travelling book junkie

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The world of book blogging is an amazing place sometimes. You just never know what might be happening in that vast tribe of dedicated book lovers, who give hours of every day to supporting...
the drago tree review by elizabeth jane corbett

The Drago Tree review by Elizabeth Jane Corbett

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I’m delighted to re-blog this lovely review of The Drago Tree. Elizabeth Jane Corbett writes: – “Book one on my list (yes, a two book week) was, Isobel Blackthorn’s, The Drago Tree. Being published by...
talking location on trip fiction

Talking Location on Trip Fiction

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Here in Australia it’s Mother’s Day. UK based Trip Fiction would probably not have known that. So when they published on their blog my piece on Lanzarote, they couldn’t have known how significant the...
unknown

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...
discovering fuerteventura – from el cotillo to tefia

Discovering Fuerteventura – From El Cotillo to Tefia

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The northern end of the mountainous island of Fuerteventura contains the sprawling metropolis of Corralejo situated on the eastern corner, a tourist town that has completely obliterated the once quaint fishing village and small...
these dividing walls by fran cooper

These Dividing Walls by Fran Cooper

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Fran Cooper’s debut novel, These Dividing Walls, is a meditation on the way ordinary lives are impacted by racism, Islamophobia, terror attacks and the far right in contemporary Paris.   “One Parisian summer A building of separate lives All...
book review: of myth and shadow by matthew s. cox

Book Review: Of Myth and Shadow by Matthew S. Cox

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Book Blurb:   Aegaan is a vast and righteous kingdom, yet darkness gathers in the distant corners of the realm. Elven raids on small towns have inflamed racial tensions with humans, pushing distrust to hatred and...
the cabin sessions coming soon

The Cabin Sessions coming soon

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#TheCabinSessions Dark fiction for people who want their characters twisted. Set in an open mic on the night of a blood moon… Advertisements Share this: Like this: Like Loading...
a perfect square on 3aw

A Perfect Square on 3AW

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Super excited to share this author interview on Phil and Simon’s Nightline @ Melbourne’s 3AW radio. I’m talking about my latest novel, A Perfect Square.You can have a listen here:Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: A Perfect Square,...
book review: prophet’s journey by matthew s cox

Book Review: Prophet’s Journey by Matthew S Cox

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  About Prophet’s Journey (Prophet of the Badlands)  Althea struggles to adapt to an unexpected twist in her life—not being kidnapped in six whole months.The strange police from the faraway city claim the abilities she thought...