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Hello, Sunshine

Hello, Sunshine by Laura Dave   (Women’s Fiction)

Sunshine Mackenzie is a social media lifestyle guru whose fabricated life is coming apart. She has achieved and maintained her celebrity status by pulling the wool over the eyes of her adoring fans, and she is about to lose everything at the hands of an unknown truth-teller. 255 more words

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Spotlight: Jewelle Gomez

     Hobart Book Village Festival of Women Writers welcomes back Jewelle Gomez, incomparable writer and activist, who is celebrating the 25th anniversary of her double Lambda Award-winning collection, THE GILDA STORIES. 257 more words

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Guest Review: Holiday in the Hamptons by Sarah Morgan @SarahMorgan_ @HQstories (@mgriffiths163)

Today I hand over the blog once more to Mandie who has a review for Holiday In The Hamptons by Sarah Morgan.

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Spotlight: Martha Southgate

  Award-winning novelist Martha Southgate will participate in the 2017 Hobart Book Village Festival of Women Writers for the first time, giving a reading and teaching a writing workshop. 771 more words

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Making the Most of Your One Life: Guest Post by Pat Abercromby, author of "Just One Life"

The first thing about my life you might want to know is that I have been on the planet for seventy two years and hope to be around for at least another twenty years of active and healthy life. 1,263 more words

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Just One Life

Just One Life by Pat Abercromby

This was a difficult book to read, not because of the writing, but because of the subject matter. We follow Fran through roughly sixty years of her life, over half of it married to a man she never truly loves, a man for whom she settles because of his physical appeal but who lacks a sense of humor as well as a moral compass, is a poor communicator, and never provides the quality of companionship she craves. 358 more words

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On October 17, 2016 our only child completed suicide. I am a writer of fiction mostly and often there is the urge to pen a plot with requisite points, to generate something image-rich perhaps even beautiful. 2,274 more words

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