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When She Couldn’t Leave Stockholm

A short Halloween poem, more clever than brilliant. Less macabre than creepy. But perhaps something to mark the season. When She Couldn’t Leave Stockholm I saw, an eye saw It’s my nature that, I soar with every eye sore. Through the crowded room, I caught her eyes, I cauterise t
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Goodreads Book Giveaway!

Enter the Goodreads Book Giveaway between 3-20 September to win 1 of 3 copies of And Then They Ruined Everything
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Grizzly

Grizzly Quietly humming under his breath, ease began seeping into Martin’s muscles. Beneath him, the warm forest floor accepting his prone body like a familiar lover, laying to rest the physical and emotional weight of past days. A light breeze stirred a lingering aroma of dry pine, h
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Spotify Playlist for ‘And Then They Ruined Everything’ Now Available

Need some background music while you’re reading? Do you want to listen to the songs* that close out one chapter and open the next in And Then They Ruined Everything? Click through to the Spotify link (login required) and journey through the story with the characters. Enjoy the m
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Dodd-Frank Act Extended to American Companies Overseas

Dodd-Frank Act Extended to American Companies Overseas American energy and mining companies will soon be under greater scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). A new regulation passed on 27 June 2016, is hoped to assist in advancing U.S. foreign policy interests by
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And Then They Ruined Everything is here!

When worlds collide in positive way to satisfy both sides of my personality: a fully executed publishing contract and a print ready manuscript. I’m thrilled to announce that the anticipated release date for And Then They Ruined Everything is 28 June! Thanks to everyone who provi
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Smile, Sydney

Take time to smile. Take time to say hello, or to nod, or to gently acknowledge someone you pass on the street. A year ago today, Sydney was waking up to news that a terrifying siege had ended with fatal violence. In the resulting torrent of emotion, there was the usual social comment
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The Kill Switch

Regrettably, I have decided to defer the release of And Then They Ruined Everything. Perhaps an aptly named novel for the difficulty involved in taking a completed manuscript to a completed work, error free has proven more difficult and time consuming than anticipated. What I thought
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Hollard Gardens

Hollard Gardens, place that appears as though it could be Lucy’s version of Narnia. One of many Botanic Gardens in New Zealand that offers tranquility, beautiful flowers, chattering birds, and buzzing bees. Located on the North Island in the Taranaki region between Stratford and
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