Monthly Archives: November 2010

Book reviews published in PIO

Jackie Hosking sent the latest PIO yesterday and I’m happy Loku and Muma Kuma book reviews are there.  Both great books by Deborah Carlyon

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Interview of me by fellow author…

Check out the interview with me that Marion Martineer has put on her blog.  I’m thrilled with the result http://marionmartineer.wordpress.com/2010/11/24/a-jill-with-dual-visions/ I’ll also being having more book reviews published in PIO (Pass it On) and The Reading Stack shortly. Also, Borders … Continue reading

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Dual Visions sold at Gold Coast Writers meeting Sat 20th Nov..

Had a great time at Saturday20th Nov Gold Coast Writers meeting. The guest speaker Peter Taylor, was very interactive. He got us up making houses and writing character profiles on our neighbors. Great meeting! Dual Visions and Fan-tas-tic-al Tales were … Continue reading

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Dual Visions at todays Gold Coast Writers meeting …

I will be at the November meeting of Gold Coast Writers Assoc today, Fradgley Hall (above the Burleigh Heads Library) 1.30 to 4pm. With copies of Dual Visions for sale, and also copies of Fan-tas-tic-al Tales for the children. For … Continue reading

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Archiving from Book Review page…

I’ve added in new book reviews and am taking this one out. Neville Allen is a fellow Gold Coast Writer and this is one of two great books he’s written and I’ve reviewed.  He certainly shows  Bangkok in a warts … Continue reading

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Dual Visions follow up…

I’m now well into writing a follow up to Dual Visions. Funny how losing the original manuscript and having no back up on the computer has actually helped. My first two chapters from memory were a much tighter version of … Continue reading

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Dual Visions promo through ABC radio …

Just spoke to Kim Dennison ABC radio and emailed her details of next Saturdays Gold Coast Writers meeting to announce on air. They can’t say we have a local authors stand at Borders Robina, because that’s commercial, but she can … Continue reading

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