Meet L.J. Kendall – Australian author of sci-fi/fantasy fiction

This post I thought I would give readers an opportunity to have an insight into a writer’s life, not the one at the computer but the one the reader never sees. My guest author this month is L.J. Kendall. Luke has just released book number 4 of The Leeth Dossier series (Violent Causes), and is […]

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Dovè l’amore, Cher rocks every stage

I like to mix it up with my blog as you know, and I hope you forgive me when it means I drag you into the world of the people I like. If you read the last blog, you will be aware I have been delving into the imposter syndrome and the havoc it can […]

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Book Corner Chilling in June

Reading tastes go through stages just like everything else. There is a difference however, an important difference. Those books we have appreciated stay in our minds, their words colour our vocabulary, and influence the new reading choices. I am eclectic and continually surprise myself with what I like but my schooling years were classic based, […]

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Dirty words: Fear isn’t one of them

  Blogging has been an incredibly eye-opening experience and good for my confidence. I don’t know how many people are reading what I write whether it be the blog, my romance novel or my poetry books but I’m not fazed. If you want something you have to be prepared to be in it for the […]

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Book Corner Chilling in May

Sometimes I feel so blessed being a reader. Seriously, where else can you enter different worlds without leaving home. Helen Scheuerer’s young adult series The Oremere Chronicles is a joy. Once I had read the first book, I was lucky enough to read the free stories Helen offered. Honestly, I would have paid, and sincerely […]

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Oprah Winfrey, conflict and questions.

Listening and watching the news is disheartening, or much worse – heartbreaking, and always seems to involve conflict. Pondering on this led me to writing my second post where I feature questions asked by Oprah. These particular questions from an article by Melanie Curtin really struck a chord. I know I say that a lot […]

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Australian Author Diana Plater, her new book, and the after-effects of trauma

This month I am particularly excited to present an Australian author whose inspiration for her book Whale Rock is as thrilling as the book itself. A journalist, Diana has had first hand experiences of the things she writes about, and I am a little in awe but also more than a little sure that this […]

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