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The Adventures of Aislyn O’Sullivan – Chapter 7

Missed a previous chapter? Read Chapter 1 here. Read Chapter 2 here. Read Chapter 3 here. Read Chapter 4 here. Read Chapter 5 here. Read Chapter 6 here. Chapter 7 “Did she name her accomplice?” the commander asked the instant Seamus entered the boardroom. Scalding fury at the board members and his own culpability warred within him. He shoved guilt aside and concentrated on the here and now....

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The Blogging Challenge

This October I’m joining the Blog Ahead Challenge, hosted by Herding Cats & Burning Soup and Caffeinated Book Reviewer. The object is to write enough blog posts to schedule ahead for one month, and now that I’m back from holidays and have my deadline under...

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Tour the Universe: Fun and Frivolity

I’m taking part in Bitten by Romance’s Tour of the Universe. Each day of September, a different author introduces you to their world and characters. There will be contests and fun, so I hope you will join in. My day is 23 September and I will be giving away an Amazon...

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Meet Those Military Men

I’m thrilled to announce that books 2 & 3 in my Military Men series are now available at Amazon. Soldier with Benefits is Louie’s story. Soldier With Benefits And Safeguarding Sorrel is Jake’s story. Safeguarding Sorrel Grab your copy today.

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Breakfast on the Run Loaf

This is a recipe from New Zealander, Jo Seagar’s cooking book, A Bit of What You Fancy. I’ve made it twice now with great results, and it’s a recipe I’ll make again and again. Easy and tasty. My kind of recipe! Ingredients: 4 crushed WeetBix (Weetabix in America or...

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The Alpha’s Heart Series by Bella Jewel

Alpha Males, Heroines with Unusual Occupations…Romances by Bella Jewel! I’m thrilled to showcase Bella Jewel’s latest cover. I loved the first book in this series, Hard to Fight, which is currently available. Hard to Fight reminded me of Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie...

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Sirocco: The Kakapo Ambassador

New Zealand has some fascinating birds, some of which are rare these days due to man encroaching on their habitats and predators killing chicks or eating the birds’ eggs. While I’ve been privileged to see many of our rare birds, I’ve never seen a kakapo. When hubby...

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