Monthly Archives: January 2012

Happy Australia Day

Well it’s Australia Day – a time to take it easy and relax. I’ve just finished eating some celebratory lamingtons and Tim Tams with my family. I’m not going to go too deep and meaningful in today’s post, I’m just … Continue reading

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Review: Witness by E.G. Lewis

Rivkah and Shemu’el are young shepherds. This story opens by giving us a glimpse into their life in first century Israel. One night they are visited by angels that tell them of the birth of a child. Their experience that … Continue reading

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The Quest: What I’ve learned about Writing from Sierra Games

With the new year, I have returned once again to participating in the blog chain. This month, the topic is ‘The Quest’. I love that topic. The word quest evokes strong thoughts and images. It makes us think of … Continue reading

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Review of Many-Coloured Realm by Anne Hamilton

Many-Coloured Realm by Anne Hamilton My rating: 4 of 5 stars Many-coloured Realm is a young-adults fantasy novel by Australian author Anne Hamilton. As with many fantasies, it follows the adventures of a human from our world who has passed … Continue reading

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Anchor Text keywords for Writers and Authors

I recently read an article on Blogger’s Alchemy titled 3 Blog SEO tips. In this article, the suggestion was made that when you get links to your blog from other sites, it is important to have the necessary keywords in … Continue reading

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Review: Angel in the Shadows

Angel In The Shadows by Lisa Grace My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book really drew me in. It fits well into the supernatural young adult genre, but it doesn’t descend into cliche. Neither does it just try to … Continue reading

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