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Interview with Debut Author Zoe Ashwood #paranormalromance #werewolf

Today, I'd like to welcome debut author Zoe Ashwood. According to Zoe, she is a translator by day, a romance writer by night, and a reader always. Her stories feature grumpy men, kickass heroines, and lots of kissing. Sounds great, right? So let's dig in and learn more about Zoe's debut release Trust the Wolf. Zoe, congratulations on the release of Trust the Wolf, which I understand is your very...

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New Zealand the Beautiful!

I’d like to welcome Myla Jackson to my blog today. We met when she visited Auckland, and I’m thrilled to have her back in my corner of the world today. Over to Myla! When Shelley Munro offered up a chance to blog, I jumped on it and knew immediately what I wanted to...

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Thirteen Types of Sharks

A notice before I get to my Thursday Thirteen: I’m visiting Chris Redding and talking about writing plus my upcoming release Cat Burglar in Training. Hubby went fishing last weekend, and he rang to tell me about the shark he caught. He was fishing in the Hauraki Gulf...

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Hunter’s Decadent Truffles

I’ve discovered a new meme called Weekend Cooking. It's hosted by Beth Fish Reads. Since I often post recipes, this is a happy find for me. Follow the link above to Beth’s blog for further info on the meme. And now to my recipe... Hunter Blair, one of the heroes from...

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Thirteen Groups of Animals

This week my husband and I, plus several of the other drivers on one of our local roads, had to stop for about twenty geese to cross the road. This started a conversation about what a group of geese is called. According to an online page of the Christchurch library, I...

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Travels Through Africa

Today I’m taking a trip down memory lane and posting several photos from my African trip. We spent seven months in Africa,  starting our journey in Harare, Zimbabwe. From there we travelled down to Botswana before returning north again. We visited twenty-five...

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Thirteen Useless Facts about Romans

During my latest library jaunt I picked up a copy of The Mammoth Book of Useless Information by Noel Botham. Some of the useless information relates to Romans, and since hubby and I are off to Europe later this year, I thought this would make a good TT topic. Thirteen...

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