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Mystery, Mayhem & Magic! Blog tour wrap-up!

Yes, the time has come! Today marks the end of a successful blog tour. The Ten Penners celebrate the upcoming release of our new anthology. We’ve discovered a great deal about the variety of writing styles and talents of the … Continue reading

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Ruben by Bruce Whatley reviewed by Jill Smith

This is an amazing book. A children’s picture book is hardly a true description. I love every detailed drawing, every feature that Ruben abides in. Everything black and white and grey, especially the shadows. Ruben is safe in the shadows … Continue reading

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Mystery, Mayhem & Magic…

  Today’s meeting of The Ten Penners was inspiring, full of discussion about covers and promoting our book with media kits, social media, and marketing. We brainstormed possible ideas for our synopsis/blurb. This is what I came up with. Not … Continue reading

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Wildflower Hill by Kimberley Freeman reviewed by Jill Smith

Having read many of Kim Wilkins books in the Gothic Horror genre such as ‘Angel of Ruin’, or Gina Champion young adults series, when my friend said you should read Kimberley Freeman books, I thought I’d give her a go … Continue reading

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Quest Chasers – The Deadly Cavern book review by Jill Smith

Quest Chasers – The Deadly Cavern by Grace Lockhaven, Thomas Lockhaven, David Aretha  Goodreads review by Jill Smith July 2017 This book starts with a simple fantastic story well told by a student in front of his class. Drew Morris has his audience … Continue reading

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Back to reading now, just love it …

After our whirlwind trip overseas we are now just about over the jet lag and I’ve been catching up on my reading. Within four days I’d read two books, the first ‘When the Lyrebird Calls’ by Kim Kane. I’d put … Continue reading

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Traveling for inspiration…

I’m certain that Port Isaac has been a sought after destination long before Doc Marin graced the township. It is a magical little fishing based village, with narrow streets and quaint cottages.

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