I would like to announce my new book that scheduled to release on May 15th. It is called "Peanut Butter Cookie Murder" It will be avaible on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and kobo.com. Go by and get you a copy. I think you will enjoy it. 

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Politicians dull as dishwater.J Sarsfield's great post attached. Book at http://tinyurl.com/qd6zof3

Copy of post from Jim Sarsfield at literarylaureate http://tinyurl.com/qd6zof3

Dull as dishwater, that's what I always thought about politicians. Well, when I came across the name

Les Jones as author of an 'hilarious' comedy novel I had to take a look, because this author was a

candidate in the 2010 General Election at Morecambe & Lunesdale. So I've just read the book

(Brandade,Bitter Beer and Bumptiousness), and, yes, I can see why i2i Publishing would say

'hilarious', although I must admit maybe I wouldn't go so far.
The general idea of the story I can empathise with. I too worked in a sort of factory. I too went on

my first continental holiday to France with my mates, and the Camp that Bob and his two mates finished

up at seemed a bit like ours. I particularly enjoyed the description of the 'camp mates', the young

things given the job of looking after the camper's every whim (please don't laugh). The way they deal

with a query in the book e.g. 'toilets mate, y'can't go wrong, down 'ere, turn left, straight on, left

again, two rights an' you're there, marvellous' and that's exactly how it seems to happen.
Of course there was no Faye Gorlay at our camp. She's surely a figment of the author's imagination, or

is she??

If you have a favorite book you are reading or have read and want to write a review about it. Feel free to write it and post it under Book Review. 

Peaches and Scream by Susan Furlong:

     Let me say first and foremost, Susan Furlong outdid herself on this book. This book is fantastic. This book has a wonderful setting. Who doesn’t like a peach orchard and a murder all wrapped between cover to cover? That is a recipe for a fantastic story. It is very addictive. Once you start reading it is hard to put it down. Nola has to step in and try to keep her family orchard despite all of the small-town gossip spreading around Cays Mill. She digs through the pits to try to save her reputation. This story will leave the reader very satisfied and hungry for me especially when you reach the last paragraph in the last chapter. When I reached the last part of the book, I had a hunger for more. I’m excited to see what the revealing of the next book in the series has to foretell. I’m giving this book a 5 peachy stars for excellence. I would definitely recommend purchasing this book. You will not regret it!
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