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The Owl of the Sipan Lord – Review

The Owl of the Sipan Lord – Review

Another 5 star review! Shadows of El Brujo? By John R. Dizon The Owl of the Sipan Lord by Viv Drewa is an action-packed adventure novel centered on the exploits of Clare Montgomery, a widowed 52-year-old archaeologist. She goes on a vision quest to Peru along with Cord Willoughby, intent on discovering the secrets of […]

Ashtrays to Jawbreakers: June Project. [Kindle Edition]

Originally posted on Viv Drewa – The Owl Lady:
Ashtrays to Jawbreakers: June Project. [Kindle Edition] ? A collaborative project of short stories by the following authors: Viv Drewa (Author), Schandee Decker (Author), Jason Briely (Author), Neil McGowan (Author), J.R. Cochran (Author), Reed Rosson (Author), Kevin S Hall (Author), Dave Scott (Author), Chloe Hammond (Author),…

Memories of Last Summer…

Originally posted on margaret lynette sharp:
Memories of Summer 2013-14 It’s hard to believe that here in Sydney it’s officially mid winter. Not that the past few weeks haven’t had more than a trace of it. The nights have been cold enough to warrant several woollen blankets. My guess is that sales of heaters, and…

Marginalia, no.336

Originally posted on The New Psalmanazar:
We had in this village more than twenty years ago an idiot-boy, whom I well remember, who, from a child, shewed a strong propensity to bees; they were his food, his amusement, his sole object. …[He] had no apprehension from their stings but would seize them nudis manibus, and…

Burn Bright by Marianne de Pierres

Originally posted on Saturday Night's Alright for Writing:
Title: Burn Bright Series: Night Creatures #1 Author: Marianne de Pierres Published by: Random House Australia on 1 March 2011 Genre: YA, fantasy, dystopia Length: 316 pages Rating: 3.5 stars Goodreads | Amazon | Bookworld (ebook) |  Dymocks Plot Summary: Retra doesn’t want to go to…

Bird art: Painting of kingfisher by my mum #TBT

Originally posted on
kingfisher painting, bird art I’m not the only artist in the family. My mum painted too. Here is one of her bird paintings. She loved nature, her garden and the birds in them. This is a fairly large painting. Acrylic on canvas. There are quite a few more. I will…

Stop Press!

Originally posted on margaret lynette sharp:
Stop press! I awoke this morning to find out that, overnight, my eleventh title had gone from nowhere to Number One Best Seller in Kindle Paid, Australian and Oceania Literature. I’m in shock…but it’s a wonderful kind of shock…

K.M. Allan

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