Monthly Archives: November 2011

“Easily Five Stars”

Reviewer Sue Lyndon has just forwarded a review of Christine London’s November release, When We Were Amazing Book Cover by Delilah K Stephans For more about When We Were Amazing click HERE Rating: 5 Stars Review: Christine London’s When We … Continue reading

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Just Playin’ Around

A flurry of words About the ride home From a film shoot… Two fingers at your chin Love the feel of your beard Blazing blue green eyes Slice through to my core Long legs that stride on forever Mine the … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday & Coast Guard Rescue Gone Wrong

“How do you know the feelings, the terror and angst of waiting for a Coast Guardsman to come home?” Members of this elite corp- the smallest of the United States Services- save lives on a daily basis and provide invaluable … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday and National Novel Writing Month

  As I climb peak Novel In A Month, my arms grow weary, my eyesight blurs and the reservoir of creative words sometimes fail, but I shall not be afraid. Low, though I walk through the valley of failure, I … Continue reading

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Six Sentence Sunday and An Aussie Tale

  When We Were Amazing 11/11/11 Christine London’s Australian/International novel of the struggle toward love—of career, of family, of a woman… When tragedy nearly destroys Bryan’s family wine business, can this reluctant young heir forfeit his dreams and online love … Continue reading


When We Were Amazing

There was a time, a few winters ago, when the fourteen hours of travel to fly down under was but a moment in time. Full summer Melbourne, warm breezy sun and a bouquet of wildflowers; the young man that greeted … Continue reading

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MuseItUp Publishing’s Author Retreat and Mega Book Signing

Friday Night November 4th, an international representation of Muse authors gathered for a welcome aboard to celebrate the first year in business of this exciting new company. Publisher, Lea Schizas and Promotions Goddess, Litsa Kamateros set a splendid scene in … Continue reading


One November Day In Old Montreal

  Strolling through Old Montreal is a pleasant way to spend an autumn day. China Town Autumn is particularly gorgeous north of the Canadian border. Temperatures crisp but not cold, the sun flirting with gathering clouds and the streets relatively … Continue reading