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Book Review: Southern Song

By TJ Johnson Southern Song is book three in the Davaar Island series. The story opens with Abby Buchanan back home in Australia, coping with a broken heart after leaving Scotland and Murdo. This story picks up about four months after her return to Australia. She’s returned to her job in civil service and is […]

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99 Cent Novellas

I am back to work on the 99 cent novella double feature! I’m currently working on drafting “The Package”. Noa is shaping up into a really interesting character. Currently, the chapter I’m working on dives into her back story. Her childhood discovery of the Cold War and her fascination with spies. A scholarship program that […]

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Ruth Long, Age 88

The first pass through of editing is complete on Ruth Long, Age 88. I’m a relatively fast typist but apparently need to work on my accuracy! The number of times I missed words like ‘a’ and ‘to’ was unbelievable. I think it boosted my word count! There’s still more work to be done before I’ll […]

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Book Review: The Red Thread of Secrets

By Grazia Buscaglia Bonesso Giulia is an author and journalist who has experienced great success in her career but her personal life has it’s share of secrets. The story takes place at a book signing, where Giulia is meeting fans of her new novel but the event causes her mind to wander back to her […]

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The Ultimate 100 Book Reading Challenge

Are you ready for the challenge? I have been hard at work on editing Ruth Long, Age 88 and writing the 99 cent double feature. My new favorite editing tool is the read aloud feature in Word. I have to say there is something hilarious about hearing a Stephen Hawking -esc voice reading Ruth Long, […]

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Book Review: Northern Skies

By TJ Johnson Northern Skies is book 2 in the Davaar Island series. Book 2 picks up essentially where the first left off. We rejoin Abby and Murdo and their friends in Campbeltown. Abby finds herself settling into a comfortable life in her new Scottish home but issues back in Australia still loom with her […]

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99 Cent Novellas

Last week, I featured new details about “The Package”, a thriller story centered around Noa. Noa is a travel blogger with a passion for Cold War spy novels. After launching a second blog, centered around the topic catches some unintended attention, Noa finds herself in the middle of her own spy thriller. The story will […]

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The House on Maple Street

The House on Maple Street is continuing to get great reviews and I am so pleased with the response. One of the things I enjoyed about writing this book was creating a character like Hillary’s landlord, Keith. He’s the creepy you just love to hate. I really set out to create someone that makes the […]

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Book Review: The First Girl Child

This week I’m reviewing The First Girl Child by Amy Harmon Orphaned by his mother, Bayr of Saylok is raised among the Keepers at Temple Hill. With her dying breath, his mother placed a curse on the land which prevents the people of Saylok from having daughters. Bayr is blessed with superhuman strength. But he […]

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99 Cent Novellas

I am having a lot of fun putting together my upcoming 99 cent novella double feature! I’m through the outlining phase and have final word count totals in mind for each story. The characters are in place. The scenes are set. Which means, I’m back in writing mode! I try to be very consistent when […]

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