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Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading: 23/10/17

So I didn’t get quite as many books read over the last week as I always seemed to be rushing off somewhere. Even though my calendar looks pretty full already this week, I’m hoping to sneak in some reading time to rejuvenate. 375 more words

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Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading 10/4/17

Good morning! (Sorry, didn’t mean to sound so chirpy for a Monday – actually not sure why I am given I’m in the middle of the longest week I’ve worked for years). 396 more words

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Review: The Missing Pieces Of Us by Fleur McDonald

The Missing Pieces Of Us
Fleur McDonald
Allen & Unwin
2017, 313p
Copy courtesy of the publisher

Blurb {from the publisher/Goodreads.com}:

Lauren Ramsey was adopted at birth. 868 more words

Blog Tour Review: Sapphire Falls by Fleur McDonald

Sapphire Falls
Fleur McDonald
Allen & Unwin
2016, 400p
Copy courtesy of the publisher

Blurb {from the publisher/Goodreads.com}:

Fiona Forrest is devastated when her husband Charlie commits suicide after the accidental shooting of his mate, Eddie. 1,034 more words

REVIEW: Fleur McDonald's 'Sapphire Falls'

Sapphire Falls
Fleur McDonald

While mystery surrounds the accidental shooting of a her husband, Fiona Forrest struggles to preserve the family farm in a suspenseful, pacy and action packed novel from the author of Crimson Dawn and Indigo Storm.  288 more words

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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

Allen And Unwin

The Publishing Journey: A guest post by Fleur McDonald (Sapphire Falls Blog Tour)

Today I’m thrilled to host a guest post from author Fleur McDonald as part of the Sapphire Falls Blog Tour! Fleur has kindly shared her thoughts on her writing life and the road to getting published. 849 more words

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