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‘My Cousin Rachel’ – Review

Daphne du Maurier’s My Cousin Rachel could quite rightfully be described as a genre-buster. Don’t let the Bronte-esque style of the writing and the stitched-up 19th Century setting fool you into thinking this is another handsome yet turgid English period piece. My Cousin Rachel is, al read more

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‘A Dog’s Purpose’ – Review

I got a letter from a dog once. Sammy the Labrador.  Entitled ‘Be Good Not Naughty’, the letter informed me that dog training services were now on offer at a kennel we’d recently booked our own pup into. Sammy extolled the virtues of the training, saying his mum and dad ‘never go mad read more

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The Zookeeper’s Wife

When I first saw the subtle, ethereal cover of The Zookeeper’s Wife with the words ‘A War Story’ set against a small but startling red background, I assumed this was a novel. And if the intriguing cover was anything to go by, I was willing to wager this would be a thumping good read. read more

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Hooked on Romance

I have a bone to pick with Diana Thompson. With her debut novel Winterflood’s Passion and the second in her Bowral-based series, Unbridled Passion, Diana has made me into a reader of romance novels! read more

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Hooked on Romance

I have a bone to pick with Diana Thompson. With her debut novel Winterflood’s Passion and the second in her Bowral-based series, Unbridled Passion, Diana has made me into a reader of romance novels! read more

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The secret to growing your blog’s audience

Every single successful blogger will happily tell you the most common question they receive. There’s a key mystery at the heart of their lives that they seem to have solved, while the rest of us are utterly bewildered:  How do I grow my blog’s readership?  It’s a question I heard arti read more

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