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Author Photos

I thought for a first post, I would write about author photos. I had a conversation with a great friend, writing cohort, and fellow American in London. 442 more words

Author Photos

Tuesday Intro: 30th June, 2015

This week, I am linking up again with Diane at Bibliophile by the Sea who hosts a post every Tuesday for people to share the first chapter / paragraph of the book they are reading, or thinking of reading soon. 262 more words

Women Writers

Georges Perec is my hero by Caron Freeborn: The shock of beauty in an unsafe world

‘Georges Perec is my hero’ by Caron Freeborn

The shock of beauty in an unsafe world


When I was young and plump with others’

poetry, his hopes for me were raised stock… 428 more words


muse me

The escape is like a deep Cabernet.  Heavy with notes of black currants and musk.  Music links the time between my muse and me.

She, my muse, is a dancer.  175 more words


Escape to Maison de la Lune

I’ve written about this elsewhere, so I’ll be brief. When I was finishing my undergraduate degree, there was so much book-related work that I all but stopped reading for pleasure. 904 more words

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Emma Ashmere, The floating garden (Review)

I had a little chuckle when, fairly early in Emma Ashmere’s novel, The floating garden, we discover that our main character, Ellis Gilbey, writes a gardening column under the name Scribbly Gum! 1,077 more words

Australian Literature

Desperate Measures (Book 3, Port Aster Secrets) by Sandra Orchard

Desperate Measures by Sandra Orchard
Published: June 2, 2015
Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company
Genre: Fiction / Mystery / Woman Sleuth / Christian Edition: Paperback, 368 pages… 487 more words

Women Writers