Monthly Archives: April 2011

Adding new book review of another talented Aussie Writer…

I’ve just read and reviewed ‘The Mystery of Nida Valley’ by Elaine Ouston, another talented Australian Author. Check out the review on my Review Tab. Elaine has a book launch at  Brisbane, Black Cat Books, Thursday 19th May at 6 pm. … Continue reading

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Interview with Cath Crowley author of six YA books…

Check out my Interview with Cath Crowley ©April 2011, the full interview is on the Interview tab. Cath is the author of six young adults books so far, her webpage is http://cathcrowley.com.au Thank you for being my guest interview on my blog. … Continue reading

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Back to Booktown Clunes

I’m letting people know about this great event where they sell great books including Fan-tas-tic-al Tales, I am one of the eight authors that wrote this collaborative book of short stories for children – check out The Ten Penners on … Continue reading

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Archiving Book Reviews …

I’ve added more recent book reviews to that tab. Check it out! Also try Google Jill Smith author Australian – I was pleased to find all 10 listings that came up were me – Book reviews on Australian Writers Rock … Continue reading

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Dual Visions follow up …

Did more plotting and work on how the follow-up book to Dual Visions last night.  The good vs evil theme is really developing well. And for those who know the Davidson family from Dual Visions, you will be pleased to … Continue reading

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Dual Visions follow up…

Working on the follow-up to Dual Visions and linking in the Davidson family to the unfolding drama with new characters, it’s looking good so far. I’ve had some tips on how to link Pay pal to this site so soon … Continue reading

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Dual Visions follow up book..

Last night I finish typing up the first draft of my follow-up book to Dual Visions currently titled Vashlas World. It is a bit short, but leads really well into the link to Dual Visions. So now the real work … Continue reading

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