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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 six

Somerset StoryFest report 2019– part six Friday was a shorter day for me, I made every session count. Having bought and read ‘Ophelia and the Marvellous Boy’ by Karen Foxlee. She was first on my Friday list. I headed straight … Continue reading

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2018 writing plans…

De-clutter is the theme for 2018. Starting off by cleaning out my emails! In Gmail, I had over 6600 emails in Social, although some are very interesting posts from writers and great writing tips, the truth is I read the … Continue reading

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Gold Coast Writers Literary Luncheon celebrating 25th Anniversary

Last Sunday 14th May Gold Coast Writers Association concluded their annual Literary Festival with a Luncheon at Palmer Colonial Golf Club in Robina.   The authors attending and sharing their knowledge were John Ahern, Chris Collin, Jo Coughlin, Louise Moriarty, Angela Sunde, along … Continue reading

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