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Madly moving

One thing I’ve learned over the last few weeks is that packing is a big job, especially when you’ve been in one place for over twenty-four years. I’m on the downhill run but now at the point, I can’t put … Continue reading

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Two Wolves by Tristan Bancks reviewed by Jill Smith

Book Review by Jill Smith©Jul19 Title: Two Wolves Author: Tristan Bancks Publisher: Random House Australia Ben Silver is a kid that likes making up video stories. He’s always wanted to be a Policeman but doesn’t know if they’ll take overweight … Continue reading

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#astoryadayjuly Facebook challenge – more catch-ups

Here are a couple more of the smaller posts I’ve done for the Story a day in July Facebook challenge. For all of them go to Jill Smith Aussie Author. Jill Smith Aussie Author Yesterday at 1:00 AM ·  Day 19 … Continue reading

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A Most Magical Girl by Karen Foxlee reviewed by Jill Smith

Book Review by Jill Smith©May19 Title: A Most Magical Girl Author: Karen Foxlee Publisher: Piccadilly Press Annabel Grey has been bought up in a privileged home, with an elegant mother and Miss Finch’s Little Blue Book (1855) to guide her. … Continue reading

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NF Reads an interview with Jill Smith

I’m delighted to be able to present interview questions by Tony of NF Reads, with me! Here’s the link to this inspiring site. Interview With Author Jill Smith Introduce myself I have always been a writer. My first memory of … Continue reading

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Somerset StoryFest Report – part eight

Somerset StoryFest report 2019– part eight Now the best part of Somerset is there are times you can get more bang for your buck by going to panel sessions. The sure to be winners in my book. This year I … Continue reading

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Somerset StoryFest Report 2019 – part seven

Somerset StoryFest report 2019– part seven This was the session I changed from my original purchases.  Mainly because having been moved by Clare Sultmann’s story on Wednesday I felt this story of recovery over adversity would be of more interest … Continue reading

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