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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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Happy Blog tour Eve!

Yes, the time has come! Tomorrow The Ten Penners celebrate the upcoming release of our new anthology. Mystery, Mayhem & Magic is an anthology of amazing adventures for young readers! “Take the path through a forest of imagination into mysterious … 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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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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Book Review – Mr Romanov’s Garden in the Sky by Robert Newton reviewed by Jill Smith

  Lexie felt her whole world was grey. The Commission building, she lived in sucked the life out of her. Her mother was a junkie and mostly not around, and when she was, she wasn’t with her.  It was Lexie’s … Continue reading

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Jack of Spades by Sophie Masson reviewed by Jill Smith©May17

Linda is not your normal sixteen-year-old. She is feisty and adventurous in a genteel age when girls are expected to be polite, chaperoned and groomed to marry. It is May 1910 and her father is in Paris on a research … Continue reading

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Cover reveal…

I’ve been working on putting my re-edited edition of Dual Visions with it’s follow up book Vashla’s World together for impending release. Having fun and super excited with the results. Thanks immensely for Kate Russell for the cover compilation and … Continue reading

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