The Unlikely Bookworm

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  1. Posted 17th August 2017 at 12:20 am | Permalink

    Hi Lucy,

    We are planning a cruise this spring to the intriguing Land Down Under. What an amazing place to live!

    Our second novel, APRIL SNOW, was released August 15, and we would love a review on your blog. APRIL SNOW is a 20th century historical novel.

    Here’s a blurb:

    Decades after Wayne Taylor’s death, his son-in-law sets out to discover the secrets kept hidden from Wayne’s daughter, starting with finding the brother she never knew. His search takes him through the Great Depression, World War II, the fifties, the sixties, the nineties, and present day, as he discovers the pain that etched itself forever into his father-in-law’s soul and the one true love that drove every aspect of his life.

    Jack is a retired Special Agent with the U.S. Department of the Treasury and is now head of Branson & Associates, a private investigation firm. After Jack’s retirement, Mary—a marketing director for a national nonprofit—decided to follow suit so they could pursue a writing career together. We have written books on a variety of subjects, including true crime, fitness, and Christian living.

    Here is the Amazon link:

    May we send you a digital copy of APRIL SNOW?

    Thanks for considering,

    Jack and Mary Branson

    • Lucy
      Posted 17th August 2017 at 10:43 pm | Permalink

      Hey Jack and Mary,

      Thanks for getting in touch! I’m afraid that I don’t actually have an e-reader as am a bit old-fashioned when it comes to reading books!

      Do enjoy your trip down under and let me know if you have any questions about Australia.



  2. Posted 1st September 2017 at 8:47 pm | Permalink

    Hello Lucy,

    Your site is a fun one to read about the books you’ve read and your new life in Australia. We have recently self-published the first three books in our series A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Characters™. They are “Impressions of Hong Kong and Macau,” “Impressions of Sydney” and “Impressions of Sydney and Melbourne.” May we email you a formal proposal for you to consider reviewing these books? Thanks, MacKenzie

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