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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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Somerset StoryFest report 2019– part four

Somerset Storyfest Report 2019 – Part Four LUNCH – In my previous post, I said I changed sessions. I did go to the ticket office during the lunch session. I didn’t get to see who was slimed, although I suspect … 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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Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World (Dewey Readmore) reviewed by Jill Smith

Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World (Dewey Readmore) Reviewed by Jill Smith This is a heart-warming book about love triumphing over adversity. About a cat whose charm, playfulness, fussy food fetishes, and public life gave the small … Continue reading

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