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Frosted Cowboy – Book Review and A Chance to Win A Copy!

Frosted Cowboy is my first review for HCL Book Tours and after getting past my initial preconceptions, I found myself thoroughly enjoying the read! Frosted Cowboy is a fast paced, witty, topical and fun novel, which follows Laney Delaney, an LA native in her thirties, as she gets back out on…
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Australian Authors

Love Your Sister – The Best And Worst Of Human Nature

Love Your Sister is the story of a brother and sister, Samuel and Connie Johnson. Samuel is a retired actor, who recently appeared back in the spotlight playing Molly Meldrum on Channel 7’s ‘Molly’ mini series. Connie is his sister, who is suffering from terminal cancer, and inspired Sam to…
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When you’re in a creative rut – The Art Of Creative Thinking

The Art of Creative Thinking is a stylish little hardback book full of quick examples and stories of creative thinking which changed the world. I dipped in and out of this book over a few days and even now it moves from my desk, to my bedroom and back again,…
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The Bazaar Of Bad Dreams… More like a murderous mixed business

I love Stephen King. He is, to me, a master of small town American horror and I attribute some of my very first 'scares' to his movies and books. Reading under the covers by torchlight, or daring friends to peek out from behind the sofa at movie sleepovers, movies like…
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The Enchanted Island – Ellie O’Neill takes us on a wonderful Irish ride

I snapped up the chance to read the second book by the wonderful Ellie O'Neill and to be part of the book blog tour. Reluctantly Charmed, Ellie's first book, was a glimpse into the world of real Irish Faeries that are not sweet, and do not grant you wishes whilst…
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All That Is Lost Between Us… You are in for a bookworm treat!

I have JUST finished an advanced, uncorrected copy of Sara Foster's All That Is Losts Between Us. All I can say is that my fellow bookworms are in for a treat! Cannot wait to share my thoughts, questions and reviews when the bookblog tour comes around in Feb. You can…
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Australian Authors

Deadly Messengers… If you want a thriller with meat on it’s bones..

Deadly Messengers opens right in the middle of a massacre at a cafe. The lone killer stalks his way through, extinguishing lives with an axe. A horrific, gory tragedy, which becomes more disturbing when another mass murder happens not long after in a nursing home; then another at a family…
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