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mathew bridle
Usually fun to be around, like to laugh.
Usually fun to be around, like to laugh.
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Blog Tour - Vanished in Berlin - Gry Finsnes
      Title: Vanished in Berlin Author: Gry Finsnes Genre: Historical Romance Length: 404 pages Release Date: February 2, 2015 ISBN-13: 978-1507669709 SYNOPSIS: If you love two countries
and they go to war with each other, which one do you choose to fight f...
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Blog Tour - Kingdom Come - Mark Colington
Title: Kingdom Come Author: Mark Collington Genre: Science Fiction/Noir Suspense Length: 540 pages Release Date: November 21, 2014 ISBN-13: 978- 0692323151 (UK) ISBN-13: 978-0692306048 (US) SYNOPSIS: In the distant future, the world has been reconstructed i...
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Self Edit Tips - Stephanie Dagg
Editing - you either love it or hate it. As a freelance editor who's now clocked up twenty-five years in the publishing profession, clearly I love it. However, I know a lot of authors dread the E word.

For our purposes editing is the preparation of written...
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Blog Tour - Storm in the Valley - Lee Passarella
Title: Storm in the Valley Author: Lee
Passarella Genre: Historical
Civil War Fiction Length: 134
pages Release Date: February
25, 2015 ISBN-13: 978-1508414209 SYNOPSIS: Townsend Philips, a.k.a. Monk Phillips, has soldiering
in his blood: his Uncle Lucas, w...
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Tick Tock - A poem (of sorts)
Tick Tock Beware my friends The passing of time Tick tock tick tock You’ll soon be mine Sweet as honey Smooth as silk I’ll drink your blood Like a mother’s milk Tick tock tick tock The rhythmic sound So soon will you be Deep underground A sharp edged knife ...
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Queue Here
Being British I have this innate ability to wait or queue up which is required at the time. Or so we’d like to think. We only discover just how untrue this is when we actually have to wait. And we wait everywhere: for buses, for taxis, for trains, plane aut...
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