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My ever 'Evolving' publishing adventure by
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Sandra Danby Jan 16
The difficulty of deciphering the lies hidden within truth: THE PENNY HEART by
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Sandra Danby Jan 16
It's hard to resist the pull of the shoal: FOXLOWE by
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BookBobbi Jan 16
Bookin' It With Bobbi: 2019 Here it is and full of Surprises...
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Sandra Danby Jan 15
Can Agatha cook? No: AGATHA RAISIN & THE QUICHE OF DEATH by
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Mistral Dawn Jan 18
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Linda K. Sienkiewicz writes Dec 5
Often there are times you fear you’re in over your head, or you don’t know what you’re writing about. This is when you have to trust you’ll somehow figure it out. is no orderly process. Read more:
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Jennifer Wilck Dec 19
Jessica Lauryn is visiting me today. Stop by and learn about her latest book:
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alifeinbooks Jan 16
The Gunners by Rebecca Kauffman: The Big Chill reprised via
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LDH Dec 19
Walk the Great Wall of China at Badaling! One of the greatest stops on our travel to China with !
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Nan S Pokerwinski Dec 19
Sweeping vistas, ramshackle barns, over-sized roadside attractions, prairie dogs, wild horses: scenes from a road trip out West.
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impossiblebebong Dec 19
I believe in fairies, the myths, dragons. It all exists, even if it's in your mind.
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JacquiWine Jan 8
Looking for an antidote to the dark days of January? You could do a lot worse than explore the works of Barbara Pym. My thoughts on her delightful novel ‘Less Than Angels’.
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Jennifer Wilck Jan 16
I'm going to do better this year:
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JacquiWine Jan 15
Some thoughts on FAIR STOOD THE WIND FOR FRANCE by H. E. Bates. A mill owner and his family offer to help a British pilot after his plane comes down in Occupied France. A beautiful novel about faith, love and the pursuit of freedom.
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Women Writers Jan 9
" People often ask – why psychological thrillers if you’re writing within the realms of personal experiences? Why are my plots so twisted, my characters seemingly complicated? So dark? Should I hear alarm bells ringing here?"
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J. Cafesin Jan 2
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Megan Cutler Jan 16
From the moment Domerin tasted Sesha's blood, he felt driven to add the doctor to his collection:
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Vivienne Tuffnell Jan 9
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Victoria Griffin Jan 15
The story behind my AJOW piece, "Bottom of the River."
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