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Tales from a often amusing life but never a dull one. If you have never been sad then you can never be glad.

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Reviews are the lifeblood of books. They are what other people look at before they look inside that book. A book will survive in print if it has reviews, if not it could be lost forever. Please consider reading a … Continue reading

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Why? A Complicated Love

Don’t count our life by the days that are past Love doesn’t die on the day that’s our last Love lasts forever and if it’s what made us whole It will live with our spirit in the depths of our … Continue reading

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London In Black & White

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The final day of this offer: FREE until midnight PST 28 Jan   One woman’s stark look in the mirror that is her life Murder/Mystery myBook.to/Once

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A Reminder

This novel is free until 28 January Once I Was A Soldier—- But Never Was I Brave   There is no morality to be found in evil. But to recognise that which is truly evil one must forget the rules … Continue reading

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Once I Was A Soldier Afghanistan in the mid-1990s, emerging from Soviet occupation, has become the focal point for American political intervention and one in which the British government has a keen interest. The seemingly impossible task of influencing the … Continue reading

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Imagine

  To discover what’s real but has no name. Why do some illusions bring false hope and only shame? Why accept a life and what it can bring, If it’s full of nightmares on which one has to cling? Failures … Continue reading

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For two days only, 4–6 January, the Kindle of the bestseller In Russian Literature—‘The spy novel that takes the bar higher, (Murder/ Mystery/ Thriller) The Desolate Garden once under a paid five-year option to become a $30 million film is offered at … Continue reading

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It Was A Predictable Time, It Was An Unpredictable Time

Life is so unpredictable that it becomes a predictable event. But then of course comes the unpredictability of which some do lament. To be unpredictable can have advantages that are very, very true, But is your life predictable, or can … Continue reading

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HOMELESS FOR THE HOLIDAYS

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Christmas carols waft through the crisp Manhattan air as the steady ringing of the bells of Salvation Army Santa sets the pace for shoppers hustling from store to store. The magnificent Rockefeller Center Christmas tree heralds…

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