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Mirror Interview: Martyn Stanley

Originally posted on readful things blog:
Mirror: So, what’s the status of your fantasy series ‘The Deathsworn Arc’ now? Me: I’ve now finally got a proper author website, which I will blog on and occasionally review other books on:- Martyn Stanley – Author of the ‘Deathsworn Arc’ epic fantasy series I’ve also made the books…

Hand of Fire By Judith Starkston Review and Info

Originally posted on readful things blog:
Blurb: The Trojan War threatens Troy’s allies and the Greek supply raids spread. A young healing priestess, designated as future queen, must defend her city against both divine anger and invading Greeks. She finds strength in visions of a handsome warrior god. Will that be enough when the half-immortal…

Botticelli’s Bastard

Originally posted on readful things blog:
Botticelli’s Bastard by Stephen Maitland-Lewis Art restorer Giovanni Fabrizzi is haunted by an unsigned renaissance portrait. Obsessed to learn the truth of its origin, he becomes increasingly convinced the painting could be the work of one of history’s greatest artists, which if true, would catapult its value to the…

Birdsong On An Autumn Evening

Originally posted on K Morris – Poet:
An Autumn evening. The park deserted save for me and my dog. A solitary birds sings. Entranced I stand, his song bringing thoughts of sorrow comingled with joy. Beauty, pain and happiness, contradictory emotions stir within my breast. The lonely bird continues to sing, his voice filling the…

Peaceful Dove

Originally posted on margaret lynette sharp:
One of the unforeseen benefits of having budgerigars as pets is the bonus of seeing other birds around. Outside, Albert and Victoria seem to attract other visitors, but none more welcome than these peaceful doves. These sweet birds come close to the budgies’ cage, gobbling up any wasted seed.…

I’ve Been Short-Listed :)

Originally posted on margaret lynette sharp:
Me and Chicki News flash! I’ve been Short-listed  🙂 As part of the Hurstville City Council 2014  Discovery Festival of Community Arts,  Hurstville Discovery Writers Group is holding both a Short Story Writing and Poetry Competition, and I’ve entered both. The competition is open to all adult residents of…

Website Wonders

Originally posted on Shannon A Thompson:
Announcements:  In the latest review, The Bookie Monster highly recommends Take Me Tomorrow, and you can read why by clicking here. But here is small quote: “Once this story gets rolling, which is right in chapter one, you have to just keep turning the pages. It wasn’t my plan, but…

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