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Book Mail

This awesome looking book came in the mail this morning. I won it in a Facebook competition that Allen & Unwin were holding.

I can’t wait to get stuck into it. 9 more words


BLOG TOUR: Karly Lane

Living the Romance by Karly Lane

I was asked the other day, if I’d ever wished I could live out one of my romances I’ve written and you know what, I’m not so sure that I would, and here’s a few reasons why… 429 more words

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Ride Free by Jessica Whitman



Title: Ride Free

Author: Jessica Whitman

Genre: Popular Fiction

Publisher: Arena/Allen and Unwin

Published: 23rd November, 2016

Format: Paperback

Pages: 320

Price: $29.99

Synopsis: When legendary polo player Carlos Del Campo’s will is read to his grieving family they’re shocked to discover he has a daughter, Antonia, he never told them about. 524 more words


Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading 21/11/16

As of today I have a few days off, but it might be spent catching up on sleep! I’ve learned that there is a limit of 14-16 hour days I can do in a row, but I had a load of fun. 495 more words

Mailbox Monday

On The Blue Train by Kristel Thornell


Title: On The Blue Train

Author: Kristel Thornell

Genre: Fiction

Publisher: Allen and Unwin

Published: October 2016

Format: paperback

Pages: 348

Price: $29.99

Synopsis: What really did happen to Agatha Christie during her mysterious eleven-day disappearance just as she was on the cusp of fame? 475 more words


Guest Post: Fleur McDonald, author of Sapphire Falls, talks Christmas traditions

Today I’m delighted to welcome Fleur McDonald to Sam Still Reading. Fleur is the author of Sapphire Falls, which I would have read by now had I not shown it to my mother, who promptly took off with it to read. 515 more words

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Lou Johnson: #Robinpedia

Lou Johnson is a standout figure in the Australian publishing industry. Some people would say that she has publishing in her blood as her father was a prominent figure in Granada Publishing Ltd and her mother was a publicist and literary agent. 334 more words