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Historical Fiction

The Lioness Wakes – The birth of the Plantagenets

The fourth book in the compelling Birth of the Plantagenets series follows the battle for dominance between Church and Crown. England, 1171. Thomas Becket is dead, beheaded at the altar of Canterbury Cathedral. As news of his assassination spreads across the country and into Europe, Henry’s reputation as a just…
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New Releases and Bookworm News

Fifty Fifty – If you love a thriller with a plot twist!

Two sisters on trial for murder. Both accuse each do YOU believe?Alexandra Avellino has just found her father's mutilated body and needs the police right away. She believes her sister killed him, and that she is still in the house with a ; Sofia Avellino has just found her father's mutilated body…
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Australian Authors

Worried about self-isolation? Get into a good book!

As we are all told to socially distance ourselves and self-isolate, we start to get worried about impending self-isolation start to think "What am I supposed to do to fill my days at home?". Introverts may want to escape the constant bombardment of coronavirus news and extroverts are already climbing…
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Author Interviews

Author of the Ronaldo series Maxine Sylvester shares her writing journey

I rarely read and review children's books, I usually leave that to guest poster Mr B! However, I appreciated author Maxine Sylvesters personalised, thoughtful email to me and once I saw the adorable illustrations of cheeky Ronaldo, I was in! Ronaldo: The Phantom Carrot Snatcher has a well-paced storyline, excitement,…
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Author Interviews

Writing As Therapy – By the authors of Living Lightly Kim Alexander & Dale Curd

KIMBERLY ALEXANDER is a therapist with an online practice. Dale and Kim founded The Child Therapy List and The Men's List, online mental wellness professional directories, to help normalize therapy and end mental health stigma. They operate as an online community to acknowledge and connect with readers. In 2015, Dale…
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