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Don Massenzio
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Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine: Delighted to welcome a new author to the Cafe and Bookstore, Peter Weisz, with his recently released The Universal Mind. About  Peter Weisz Peter Weisz (Dip. Psych, HND, BACP) was born in London, England in…
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Originally posted on Mystery Thriller Week: ? ? Vanessa Michael Munroe #2 ? Vanessa Michael Munroe—the fearless heroine of the New York Times bestseller The Informationist—returns in a gripping new thriller. Eight years ago, five-year old Hannah was…
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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio: I’d like to welcome Phyllis Staton Campbell to my blog as today’s featured author. Phyllis was given 20 questions from which to pick 10 of them to respond. I’m enjoying this format as we get a different insight…
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Originally posted on Suburban Syntax: Hey loyal blog readers, Just a short post to tell you DETROIT 2020 2nd Edition is now available! After a long wait, the upgraded version of Dagger and Julia’s action-packed adventure through “Free Detroit” is now…
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Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine: Released in December, another series of tales of his livestock and dogs and more about farming in the Lake District…Jim Webster and Fancy meeting you here. About the book More tales from a lifetime’s…
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Originally posted on Linda's Book Bag: My grateful thanks to the author, Suzy Davies, for sending me a copy of The Cave in return for an honest review. I previously reviewed another of Suzy’s books, Luna the Moon Pig: The Pig Who Hid, here. The Cave is…
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Originally posted on Author Don Massenzio: When I studied music, many of my classes centered around analyzing music that has already been written and deconstructing and critiquing it. I blame these classes for my inability to listen to music solely for…
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Originally posted on JacquiWine's Journal: First published in 1944, Fair Stood the Wind for France was written in the midst of WW2, a time when its author – the British writer H. E. Bates – could not have known precisely how or when the conflict would…
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Originally posted on Alison Williams Writing: I read ‘The Swooping Magpie’ for Rosie’s Book Review Team. Waterstones Amazon.co.uk The thunderclap of sexual revolution collides with the black cloud of illegitimacy.? Sixteen-year-old Lindsay Townsend is…
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Originally posted on Linda's Book Bag: My enormous thanks to Lucy at legend Press for sending me a copy of The Geography of Friendship by Sally Piper in return for an honest review. The Geography of Friendship will be published on 1st February 2019 and is…
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