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MY CHILDREN’S BOOKS
Bubble Gum Trouble poems – $14.95 plus P&H Paperback AUSTRALIA ONLY DELIVERY
10 Yellow Bananas – $14.95 plus P&H Paperback AUSTRALIA ONLY DELIVERY
A Christmas Tail – Available on Amazon – Hardback, Paperback & Kindle. Also available on other online outlets and Apple iTunes
A Cup of Christmas anthology – Kindle $1.77
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BEWARE!!!! Yes, this post is a plug. I cannot believe how fast this year has rolled by. I say this every year, but this year seems to have gone by in a blink. For me, this year has been rather … Continue reading →
As I am slowly starting to unwind after a rather hectic year, I have the pleasure of interviewing author John McFarland – my last interview for 2014 (and for a while). John McFarland is the author of a new Young Reader novel about … Continue reading →
This week it is my pleasure to host author, Royce Bond during his virtual blog tour for his new book, The Summoning of The One (Book 2 in The Knights of Katesch), published by Morris Publishing. Rockhampton resident, Royce Bond, published … Continue reading →
I always find it fascinating discovering when and how writers take their first steps on their writing path. So it is my pleasure to welcome talented Australian author Ashleigh Galvin to my blogging corner, and find out the inspiration behind her writing journey. Ashleigh … Continue reading →
Do we really know what secrets lurk behind the tall fences and locked doors of our city’s suburbs? Suburban Terrors by Pauline Montagna is a collection of twelve stories that delve into that mysterious realm, prompting the realisation that not … Continue reading →
This week author Pauline Montagna is busy dropping by many blog sites as part of her Surburban Terrors Virtual Blog Tour. Today, she drops by my blog. First, a little about Pauline. Pauline Montagna was born into an Italian family in … Continue reading →