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Easter 2016

If someone had told me that I would be spending Easter in France in 2016 I would have contradicted them, but here we are on Sunday, or should I say Dimanche, 27th March 2016 typing this blog at Golfe Juan-Vallauris on the Cote d’Azur.

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Accompanied with my family I attended church and tried to follow the Mass in French. Not an easy task. I would have done better had it been in Latin. Anyway, duty done we proceeded to the Hotel de Provence located at the Avenue de la Gare for a coffee – typically French tradition.

Hotel La Provence

Before heading home we stopped by the Patisserie to purchase a freshly baked fruit tart for our dessert at lunchtime which is to be with friends.

Home now, whilst typing this, Lesley is in kitchen creating a gastronomic masterpiece, and mum is relaxing in an armchair. This is living.

So as my first Easter gets underway I will wish you all peace and happiness for the future.

As for me I am looking forward to a new beginning in this beautiful corner of the world.

RLB – Tomewriter


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SIXTH Book-Signing in ONE Year for Author Justin Sheedy at Australia’s Premier Bookstore

Reblogging this to support my friend and fellow author Justin Sheedy. If you haven’t already read his first two books in this wonderful trilogy, namely “Nor the Years Condemn” and “Ghosts of the Empire” hurry down to your local bookshop or Amazon and get copies…. start reading.

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Justin Sheedy and Books

On the eve of ANZAC Day 2016, Justin Sheedy will be signing Books 1 & 2 in his warmly-received Australian war historical fiction series, Nor the Years Condemnand Ghosts of the Empire, in which he brings to life an untold story in our great ANZAC tradition – yet not one of heroic defeat but of stunning victory at staggering cost.

Nor the Years Condemntells the story of Sydney Uni Rugby Union player, Daniel Quinn, who leaves his peace time life behind to fly Spitfires against Nazi tyranny in Sheedy’s portrait of doomed, brilliant youth. Ghosts of the Empire is the saga of Sydney tradie, Mick O’Regan, who takes on the most dangerous job of World War II: flying for RAF Bomber Command.

In the lead-up to this year’s release of Book 3 in the trilogy, No Greater Love, this will be Sheedy’s 6th book-signing event at…

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