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I was really pleased when Caleb accepted my invitation to be a guest here. He has consistently supported my work. Each new book that comes out, he’s promoted it on his page. I was especially thrilled when he named me as one of the Top Ten Writers of Women’s Adventure You Need To Be Reading.  … Continue reading GUEST POST CALEB PIRTLE IIIOriginal link
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I am a massive fan of this week’s guest and I can only shout GET HER BOOKS!  I’ve read all but one, I have her latest on pre-order, and I’m thrilled I asked her to be my guest this week as I see one book I’ve not read – how did that slip through the … Continue reading GUEST POST REBECCA BRYNOriginal link
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There are many of us living here on the Costa Blanca who are writing books. I first met Ray when we shared a table together at a local Christmas charity fair. Since then we’ve kept in touch and attended book launches and plan to travel to Valencia to give a presentation to students about books … Continue reading GUEST POST – RAY WILCOXOriginal link
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I have read so many posts and laughed at dozens of cartoons about this lockdown. So, let’s add a bit more. I mentioned in my last blog I felt guilty. Yes, I do because I loved the serenity. The guilt comes from knowing that so many people out there are suffering the loss of loved … Continue reading YET ANOTHER VIRUS BLOGOriginal link
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Yes, I’m ashamed since once I begin a project, I’m like a dog with a bone and I don’t let go. For example, in 1984, when I wrote my first radio script, I had a broadcast time to deliver, and I made it – just. Since then, I’ve never missed one. During this lockdown, I … Continue reading SO GUILTYOriginal link
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Smorgasbord Laughter Lines – May 14th 2020 – Hosts Debby Gies and Sally Cronin

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine: Firstly, with the results of sleuthing on the Internet are some funnies from Debby Gies followed by some jokes from Sally. D.G. Writes is where you will find an archive full of wonderful posts across several subjects including writing tips, social issues and book reviews. The humour about this…Original link
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Free to Choose

Originally posted on Tom Benson - Creative: Let’s be honest from the outset, few folks are going to spend their cash if they can get something free of charge. In the world of eBooks there are many reasons for titles to be offered ‘Free’ which include: –an author’s promotion. –a website promotion. — a story…Original link
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Dear Author … thank you for writing!

Originally posted on Books: Publishing, Reading, Writing: I receive a monthly newsletter from the website Order of Books that is currated by Graeme McGaw. The newsletters, and the website itself for that matter, are filled with a great deal of information about authors, their books, and reading in general. (I strongly recommend that interested readers…Original link
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The Old Remington: The Complete Story

Originally posted on beetleypete: This is the whole twenty-part serial, in one long story. It is for those of you who prefer to read it as a complete work. A long read, of 26,570 words. Martin had always wanted to write a novel. He imagined his name on the cover, and thought ‘Martin Harwood’ would…Original link
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The last of my 12 books (from a total of 100) for 2019. Remember they are in no particular order and I would be hard put to choose one above all the others. THE MYSTERY OF JULIA EPISOPA by  John I Rigoli I have a weakness for historical fiction books set especially around the early … Continue reading LUCINDA’S BEST BOOKS 2019 (4)Original link
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Lucinda’s best books of 2019 (3)

Someone asked me how do I choose only a few books from so many? Since my memory went AWOL some time ago, l now list them on a spreadsheet. Those special books I highlight when I review, and I nearly always write up a few words, unless I really didn’t like the book or it … Continue reading Lucinda’s best books of 2019 (3)Original link
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Last year, 2018, I set my Goodreads reading challenge to 100 books. I only managed to achieve that by cramming in a couple of children’s books in December – well I wasn’t really cheating, was I? This year and last I read more than the totals as I could not include beta reading or other … Continue reading LUCINDA’S BEST BOOKS OF 2019 (2)Original link
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I have been very quiet on my blog this year. Keeping up with social media on Facebook and Twitter, writing more books and (attempting to) market them plus the twice a week blogging wore me out. Life also gets in the way too, and I’ve even ventured out of the house a few times in … Continue reading BOOK AWARDS 2019Original link
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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Christmas Book Fair – #ParanormalYA Roberta Eaton Cheadle, #Thriller Lucinda E. Clarke, #History Jack Eason, #YA Darlene Foster

via Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – Christmas Book Fair – #ParanormalYA Roberta Eaton Cheadle, #Thriller Lucinda E. Clarke, #History Jack Eason, #YA Darlene FosterOriginal link
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Amie: An African Adventure by Lucinda E Clarke

Originally posted on T. R. Robinson Publications: From the start readers will recognise this author has an excellent command of words. The way the scenes, emotions, tensions, etc. are conveyed draws the reader in enabling them to easily visualise the situations, disappointments, apprehensions and fears the protagonist, Amie, encounters and experiences. Occasionally it may appear…Original link
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Lucinda E Clarke

Originally posted on Bendideia Publishing: Bendideia Publishing welcomes Lucinda E Clarke today, and she’ll talk a bit about her award-winning Amie in Africa series. Amie African Adventure Amie and the Child of Africa Amie Stolen Future Amie Cut for Life Amie Savage Safari Link to Amie video  About the Books Location: The stories are all set in…Original link
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Sally’s Cafe and Bookstore – New Book on the Shelves – A Year in the Life of Leah Brand: A #Psychological Thriller by Lucinda E. Clarke

Originally posted on Smorgasbord Blog Magazine: Congratulations to Lucinda E.Clarke on the release of her latest book A Year in the Life of Leah Brand: A Psychological Thriller and for the terrific reviews it is already receiving. About the book Leah’s nightmare began the day the dog died. A few years earlier a fatal car…Original link
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Layman’s guide to understanding scientific research

Originally posted on bluebird of bitterness: “It has long been known…” I didn’t look up the original reference “A definite trend is evident…” These data are practically meaningless “While it has not been possible to provide definitive answers to the questions…” An unsuccessful experiment, but I still hope to get it published “Three of the samples were chosen…Original link
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Book Launch for Silent PayBack ~ Can you help?

Originally posted on anita dawes and jaye marie: I never thought this day would come, but here it is! Sink or swim, Silent PayBack is now out there, waiting for me (and lots of other people, God willing!) to promote our socks off! A city on edge… a detective on shaky ground… A serial killer…Original link
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Gaslight-paranormal-and-just-a-bit-romantic-police-procedural #GenreMashup! PLUS #BookReview of Moon Over London by @ShawnaReppert #TuesdayBookBlog #humor

Originally posted on Barb Taub: NOTE: Amish Vampires in Space is an actual, published book. In fact, it’s part of a series (volume 2 is of course, Amish Zombies From Space). I could not make this up.  In my recent blog here, I promised some short reviews of recent reads that have two things in…Original link
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