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Review: Fast Track by Julie Garwood

When you’re already laughing and crying in the first quarter of a book, you know it’s a good one. Once I got through my tears, Garwood had me on the edge of my seat. 186 more words


P. N. Guin (No E; I’m fond of my old alias from 1966)

It’s not about cash? Don’t kid this old bird. It’s always moolah in motion in this world. Crazy or not, a man who burns a mountain of loot just to highlight his position has a… 89 more words


Thank you!

I don’t know where to start, dear readers. My blog has gotten over 10,000 views in the past two days (nearly 10,000 yesterday alone). Thank you to everyone who is now following me. 140 more words


National Book Bloggers Forum

This week Random House and Penguin organised a National Book Bloggers Forum in Sydney. Held in the week of the Sydney Writers Festival, staff from the largest publishing house in the world mixed with over thirty book bloggers for a day of book talk. 921 more words


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Yvonne writes about her time at the Random House and Penguin forum for Book Bloggers.

Book Review: Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers

Okay, so there are many, many, many reasons why you should own this book. But in all honesty, the only real reason is the illustrations. I mean, look at that penguin! 264 more words

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