Monthly Archives: December 2010

Christmas with my family, very special…

We had a wonderful Christmas day with our son and his two beautiful daughters. We are very proud grand parents and love our two girls to bits. Advertisements

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Christmas at Gold Coast Writers

Happy Christmas all my friends and writing followers, buyers of Dual Visions and Fan-tas-tic-al Tales! I hope 2011 brings great fun and new adventures! Plan to read lots, write even more, finish my follow up book to Dual Visions in 2011, … Continue reading

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Dual Visions for Christmas at Gold Coast Writers..

This weekend is the Gold Coast Writers Christmas meeting and Dual Visions is being sold there too. I’m going in early to help decorate the room for the festive cheer. Taking along a Secret Santa Gift and food for the … Continue reading

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Archiving old book review..

Sorry DC, it’s time to make room for more book reviews, so archiving this one. BOOK REVIEW By Jill Smith © April 2009 Title:   Erasmus James and the Galactic Zapp Machine Title: Erasmus James, King of Kid’s Paradise Author:          DC … Continue reading

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Dual Visions my 2010 reflections…

2010 has been a big year for me on the writing front. Naturally, getting Dual Visions in shape and published has been a huge part of that. Prior to that the work I did with The Ten Penners on Fan-tas-tic-al … Continue reading

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Story for work helped us win..

DISCLAIMER: This is a work of fiction and not representative of the company Once upon a time, not very long ago, people lived in their little houses running out of hope, looking for direction and value for money entertainment. Willy … Continue reading

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Dual Visions at Borders Robina …

Took over book reviews of Dual Visions, Fan-tas-tic-al Tales, Transported, The Tiger Chase, The Election, A True and Strange Story – The Life of Teuane Ann Tibbo, Cold Justice, John Clarks Upsidedown Kangaroo book to Borders Robina to showcase our books … Continue reading

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