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Launched on the 5th of December 2013

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Originally posted on Honeymead Books:
Honeymead Books was officially launched on the 5th of December 2013. A December to remember as the last few hours before launch was a final check of all…

The Everywhen Angels: NEW RELEASE AT P’KABOO

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December 10, 2013 by gipsika NEW RELEASE: The Everywhen Angels Late last night we completed everything for the first release of The Everywhen Angels. Another intriguing novel by our talented Marie Marshall! Below… Continue reading

HoneyMead Books

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Originally posted on the red ant:
HoneyMead Books … is now live. If you only see 2 books at this point – do not fret; we’re working our fingers to stubs getting two…

Story Post – “Nix Romipen”

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Originally posted on the red ant:
Current edit:  The Solar Wind 6 This is the final volume in the Solar Wind canon. Federi & co are on a mission to eradicate an alien…

Last Chance

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One more round.  🙂 The Four Winning Titles are still up for free download. The downloads are down to single digits now. to download your copies. If you have already downloaded and read one… Continue reading

Orchester Alla Breve

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In July, a new orchestra came into being in Pretoria. “A la breve” is a musical term meaning, “half-time” or “cut time”.  If a piece of music is counted in 4/4 time (four… Continue reading

On Blogging itself: Is Blogging broken?

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Originally posted on the red ant:
http://www.blogmarketingacademy.com/future-blogging/ David Risley, an iconical blogger, raises the question if blogging is broken and whether in the future, all good information will be locked behind the paywall.…

The Family Pool (7)

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The Family Pool:  Optional Epilogue “That’s good, my boy,” came Uncle Daniel’s voice on the phone. “Take some time out, do London. It will broaden your horizons. Might just be what your business… Continue reading

Family Pool (6)

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VI “It’s a pity,” said Uncle Daniel, gravely patting John on the shoulder. “She looked like such a lovely girl, and with so much promise! She would have looked stunning in a mink.… Continue reading

The Family Pool (5)

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V     Mary Adams peered at the page in the genealogy, by the light of her torch. The library had become her shrine, and the huge tome her Book of Mysteries; every… Continue reading