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Writing Fast, Funnels And Calls To Action. My Lessons Learned From Write, Publish, Repeat.

Writing Fast, Funnels And Calls To Action. My Lessons Learned From Write, Publish, Repeat.

No matter how much we all make fun of cliche new year’s resolutions, we all secretly do want to start a new year off on the right foot. There’s something about the month of January that just makes us feel ready to change our ways, to take on new goals, and to really challenge ourselves … Read More

No matter how much we all make fun of cliche new year’s resolutions, we all secretly do want to start a new year off on the right foot. There’s something about the month of January that just makes us feel ready to change our ways, to take on new goals, and to really challenge ourselves … Read More

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Debut book going live this week - a modern day ghost story about a sexy Scottish ghost in search of redemption

Debut book going live this week - a modern day ghost story about a sexy Scottish ghost in search of redemption

Hidden Children: The Secret Survivors of the Holocaust (Paperback) | Overstock.com Shopping - The Best Deals on World History

Hidden Children: The Secret Survivors of the Holocaust (Paperback) | Overstock.com Shopping - The Best Deals on World History

Fair Stood the Wind for France. The story of John Franklin, the pilot of a Wellington bomber, who  crash-lands his aircraft in German-occupied France during the Second World War. He and his crew make their way to an isolated farmhouse and are taken in by the family of a French farmer. Plans are made to smuggle them all back to Britain via Vichy-controlled Marseille. Eventually they make the hazardous journey together by rowing boat, bicycle and train.

Fair Stood the Wind for France. The story of John Franklin, the pilot of a Wellington bomber, who crash-lands his aircraft in German-occupied France during the Second World War. He and his crew make their way to an isolated farmhouse and are taken in by the family of a French farmer. Plans are made to smuggle them all back to Britain via Vichy-controlled Marseille. Eventually they make the hazardous journey together by rowing boat, bicycle and train.

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