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#Fahrenbruary review: A Citizen Of Nowhere – Seth Lynch @SethALynch @FahrenheitPress

  Hello again. Everyone doing okay? How is you personal #Fahrenbruary going? What’s that? Sorry, I couldn’t hear you over the excitement of reposting my review of Seth Lynch’s A Citizen Of Nowhere.Β  This review originally appeared waaaaaaaay back last year when this little…

#Fahrenbruary Q&A with Paul Gadsby. Author of Back Door To Hell (pub Fahrenheit 13) @F13Noir @PaulJGadsby @FahrenheitPress

Welcome one and welcome all to my little hairy blog for my #Fahrenbruary Question and Answer post with the most excellent Paul Gadsby, author of “Back Door To Hell“, that book up there. What do you mean ‘up where?’ Up there! That sodding great…

#Fahrenbruary Guest Post: Couples On The Run who inspired Back Door To Hell, by Paul Gadsby. @PaulJGadsby @FarenheitPress

Hello you lovely, lovely people, and a very warm welcome to my little beardy blog. How are you all doing? Really? Well I hope thatΒ that clears up very soon. Otherwise all okay? Excellent. Now, in case you didn’t know, #Fahrenbruary is in full swing;…

#Fahrenbruary Q&A with Ian Patrick @IPatrick_Author @FahrenheitPress @F13Noir

Hey everyone, a very warm welcome to my little blog for the 5th day of #Fahrenbruary. If you are not really sure why you’re here or what the hell a Fahrenbruary is, then here’s a couple of handy links to help explain: Fahrenbruary? What’s…

Rubicon – Ian Patrick @IPatrick_Author @fahrenheitpress #Fahrenbruary

Way Heeeeeyyyyyy everyone. Welcome to #Fahrenbruary. Today I thought that I would re-share my review of Ian Patrick’s Rubicon. This was one of the very first Fahrenheit books I ever read, so I thought it should be the one to kick things off. This…

Cover Reveal – Gone To Ground @rachelamphlett

There are many things that I have never done in my 47 years upon this earth. I have never: Been to Mars. Wrestled a Great White Shark in a tub of jelly – lime flavour, since you asked. Completed a Legend Of Zelda game….

The History Of The Book – A Complete And Factual Account. Part 2.

In Part 1 we discovered that it was during the Stone Age that books were invented, but they were inscribed directly onto the walls of the cave and so were not portable. Although the use of animal skins became popular the Ice Age put…

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