Archive | November, 2018

A Family of Swallows

19 Nov

Margaret's Classic Posts

Yesterday morning, I made a delightful discovery. A family of swallows had made their home in the dressing shed of the baths where I swim most mornings. I had never before seen such young birds.

Copyright © 2018 Margaret Lynette Sharp Words and photograph.DSC06488

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Free on September 17 and 18: ‘The One That Got Away’ and other short stories

17 Nov

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FREE NOW! (13)A compilation of three scintillating short stories: ‘The One That Got Away’, ‘More Than a Mere Bagatelle’, and ‘Chance Encounter’, all written by Amazon best-selling and prolific Australian author, Margaret Lynette Sharp.
Both ‘The One That Got Away’ and ‘More Than a Mere Bagatelle’ have taken awards at the Hurstville Festival of Community Arts Literary Competition (in 2014 and 2015, respectively). The third story, ‘Chance Encounter’, is a sweet, nostalgic romance, crafted specifically for this new volume.

If this sounds like something you’d enjoy, then why not download it while it’s free on Amazon Kindle?

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Free on November 14 and 15: ‘Love Denied’

14 Nov

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Australian romance (6)At thirty-one, Elizabeth, a music teacher fulfilled by her craft and dedicated to her students, is still single and living at home. Unexpectedly, the father of one of her students seems to want to court her. Edward, a well-heeled solicitor still recovering from the tragic death of his young wife, invites Elizabeth to dinner at his home – a home complete with a magnificent piano that he invites her to play.
Out of the blue, Elizabeth receives a letter from her former admirer, Tom – a sheep-farmer, living in Scotland. Will the contents of this letter change Elizabeth’s destiny? What startling secrets will it reveal that may upend Elizabeth’s entire view of her life?

This sweet romance, set in Australia, will be free to download on Amazon Kindle on the 14th and 15th November, 2018. Reviews and recommendations would be much appreciated!

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