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e. j. bancesco
I tell stories with pencil, quill, brush and kettle
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Eishinas Reviews Apr 22
Bancesco's book offers a wonderful glimpse into an era & while also dealing with a very human struggle
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Eishinas Reviews Apr 19
This is a story of obsession & revenge, and, above all, the survival of despite the corrosive action of lifelong mistrust & suspicion
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Eishinas Reviews Apr 18
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Being Author Mar 9
This is a story of obsession and , and, above all, the survival of love despite the corrosive action of lifelong mistrust and suspicion.
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Being Author Mar 10
This is a story of obsession and , and, above all, the survival of love despite the corrosive action of lifelong mistrust and suspicion.
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Being Author Mar 11
This is a story of obsession and , and, above all, the survival of love despite the corrosive action of lifelong mistrust and suspicion.
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e. j. bancesco Apr 12
Lucca and Neptune Oyster. Both amazing
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Marylee MacDonald Apr 8
Swedish Writer MM Justine Shares How She Turned Her Dream of Becoming a Writing Into 3 Books via
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The Strong Introvert Mar 18
Haha! Right. Any book recommendations?
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Diane Sargent -Actor Mar 13
Give me coffee and a computer and I can change the world...and a cat
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Being Author Mar 14
This is a story of obsession and , and, above all, the survival of love despite the corrosive action of lifelong mistrust and suspicion.
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Jennifer Cairns Feb 27
On March 28th the bookclub travels back to the 1940's in search of the ever-elusive 'Femme Fatale'. We'll discuss 'Laura' by Vera Caspary & 'The Blackbirder' by Dorothy B. Hughes over gin cocktails & candlelight. Join us!
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Jennifer Cairns Mar 8
A man just called me an f*****g b***h for reading my book on a crowded bus. I said "I'm so sorry but i love this book so much I just can't wait to continue reading it. It's very wonderful listen..." And what did I do? I read out loud for 2 whole stops until he got off. Yes I did
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e. j. bancesco Mar 9
Alexanderplatz is the perfect symbol of urban and cultural rebirth
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Being Author Mar 7
This is a story of obsession and , and, above all, the survival of love despite the corrosive action of lifelong mistrust and suspicion.
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e. j. bancesco Mar 7
UK university could access European funds post-Brexit. Brilliant! Long live the incredible combined power of Franco - British wisdom!
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C.P. Byers Mar 6
Isn’t that the truth..
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C.P. Byers Feb 14
An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself. - Charles Dickens Visit for upcoming releases, my reading lists, and more!
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e. j. bancesco Mar 4
27 Of The Very Best Covent Garden Restaurants - Secret London
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