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Selling books with Al

By Peter Bowes, author of Bloodlines and Lineage.

We have a little Japanese cafe up the road, country style, and when I was walking in for the usual halloumi breakfast roll this morning, Al walked out – he’s a city lad who vanished from somewhere to up here a couple of years ago. 133 more words

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Angela Meyer, Captives (Review)

Have you read any flash fiction? Some of the pieces in Pulse would qualify but, besides this, I hadn’t read much until I picked up Angela Meyer’s collection… 1,229 more words

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Clariel by Garth Nix


Title: Clariel
Author: Garth Nix
Social Media: Facebook and Twitter
Publisher: Allen and Unwin
Price and Format: eBook at $14.69
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars… 600 more words

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Monday musings on Australian literature: Dymphna Cusack

It’s been nearly a year since I devoted a Monday Musings post to a specific author, my last one being Barbara Baynton last June. It seemed like time for another one, and Dymphna Cusack (1902-1981), I decided, could do with a little push. 1,385 more words

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Dymphna Cusack, Jungfrau (Review)

Are there some historical periods that particularly fascinate you? There are for me, and one of those is that between the two world wars. It was a complex time encompassing both economic hardship and great social change. 1,115 more words

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Out now: Lineage by Peter Bowes

Lineage, the second in a trilogy of works by Peter Bowes, is now available in paperback from Bennison Books at Amazon.com and Amazon UK… 322 more words

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Jane Rawson, A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists (Review)

The weirdest thing happened when I put down Jane Rawson’s debut novel, A wrong turn at the Office of Unmade Lists: I started imagining things! 1,041 more words

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