Author, Danielle Lee Zwissler

Author, Danielle Lee Zwissler

Sunday, November 23, 2014

The Amazing Laura Roberts...

Hey, everyone!
It has been a very long time since I have blogged, and even though I should be writing about something that I have written, I am here, shouting from the internet rooftops about Laura Roberts!
She is a wonderful writer, and I am pleased to say that she has put out yet another great book.
The links are below, but first... a question and answer session!


Here's Laura.....
Laura Roberts

Here you go: 1. What's the oddest question you've been asked by someone in the Indie world?

I've been asked a lot of odd questions, usually by people who read my sex column, but as far as indie author questions go I think the weirdest question I've received was "What's a PDF?" Granted, this was a few years ago, before every author was giving away free PDF copies of their books as incentives for signing up to their mailing list, but I was still pretty boggled by meeting someone who had never even heard of this really common file format that's been around since 1993. It was kind of like meeting someone asking "What's the Internet?" and NOT being in a time-travel movie.

2. What's next on the agenda?

Having released "Confessions of a 3-Day Novelist" as part one in my Indie Confessions series, I'm now starting book two, "Confessions of an Indie Editor," which will teach people how to self-edit their 3-day novels, and will also include tips for finding and hiring professional editors. I'm also working on my NaNoWriMo tips book, "A Cheater's Guide to NaNoWriMo," which I'm hoping to have finished by the end of November. I'm blogging this book as I go over at http://cheatersguidetonanowrimo.wordpress.com, in case you want to follow my progress on that.

3. Now that NANOWRIMO is going on, have you ever published something that you've written during the month of November?

Yes, I have! But, as I mention in "A Cheater's Guide to NaNoWriMo," it was something I cheated on. I finished writing Naked Montreal, parts one and two, during NaNoWriMo 2012 and published them both in 2013. But I haven't revisited my previous NaNoWriMo novels that "won" based on word count, since they're total messes. I do still like some of the concepts I came up with in "World's Craziest Ninja," though, so I may try to rewrite that one eventually. Otherwise, I'll just say it's a proto-"Ninjas of the 512."

4. How do you like your eggs?


UNFERTILIZED! Oh, wait, did you mean the kind I usually have for breakfast? I do love eggs, in many different varieties. Probably my favorite way is my husband's take on huevos rancheros, which involves scrambling eggs, then melting some nice sharp cheddar on top and serving them with salsa, sour cream and guacamole. He will also occasionally mix in some black beans, yum.

5. World domination or World peace?

I'm all for domination if I get to be the one in charge. And dominatrix is a job I have not yet dabbled in, though it's on my To Do list. I could deal with being Queen of the World. I would certainly outlaw war, though, so in essence it'd be both domination AND world peace at the same time. BLAMMO. Did I just blow your mind?

Check out her page here on NANO! 

A Little about Laura...
As the author of the quirky "V for Vixen" sex column, Laura witnessed a variety of sexcapades during her time on the beat. Armed with a degree in Creative Writing from Concordia University, she seamlessly blends fact and fiction about this Underground City to create work that has been described as both sassy and insightful.

Laura currently helms the literary salon Black Heart Magazine, writes and publishes humorous erotic fiction at Buttontapper Press, and lives with her artist husband and literary kitties in sunny SoCal. You can connect with her on Twitter @originaloflaura or read more of her work at Buttontapper.com.





Her latest book!  HERE.

About the book:

Want to finish writing your books faster?


Learn the tricks that bestselling authors use to succeed!

In 2011 author Laura Roberts wrote an entire book in just 72 hours, as part of the 3-Day Novel Contest. Upon completing the challenge successfully, she knew she'd found a great new way to write books quickly, and wanted to share her secrets with the world.

In this book you'll learn:

  • How to write an entire book, from start to finish, in just three days;
  • How to outline your story to achieve success;
  • What you'll need to write your book in just 72 hours;

˃˃˃ Plus plenty of tricks and tips for writing faster, smarter, and harder!

Use the methods that bestselling authors have used to achieve their success. Learn how to finish your books quickly to get them delivered to readers and build your fan base.

˃˃˃ What are you waiting for?

Scroll up and grab a copy to start writing faster today.



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Monday, July 14, 2014

The Iron Writer Challenge

I'm going to let you in on a little secret known to a few hundred... perhaps thousand, people. The Iron Writer. What is the Iron Writer, you ask? It is a flash fiction challenge for writers that incorporates 4 elements, 500 words, and a competition all in one. I stumbled upon the site last winter just before working on my last paperback novel, The Long Ride Home.  My first challenge, #46, was a fun one--only losing by 1 vote. Since then, I have taken several more. I feel at home with great writers like, Dani J. Caile, author of Manna-X, and K.A. Davur, author of Hunter the Horrible, and so many others!

Check out THE IRON WRITER, and sign up for a challenge. You won't be sorry!

Saturday, July 12, 2014

Coming Home by B.L. Moone Review

I am going to try a new way of reviewing books from now on because there are so many books out there that I like... so bear with me if you don't understand my 'latest' system of review.

The categories are below...
Cover: 5* This was obviously why I stopped to look and download. Great cover. Characters looked like she described, which is a huge plus for me. Loved the fonts.
Blurb: 5* The blurb was good and made me want to pick up this book right away.
Spelling: 4.5*  I think I counted 5.
Characters: 2 on the girl... wasn't a fan. I feel she was too moralizing. She kind of annoyed the hell out of me with her upity attitude... 5 on the guy. He was a good guy, all around, and the author seemed to want us to really like him.
Overall story: Honestly, if it weren't for the guy being like he was, I'd have thrown the book down. (or kindle ;)) The girl had some major issues, obviously, and she was all the time accusing the wrong people of things. She reminded me of a character out of Scooby Doo... The story is about a girl that is adopted that wants to find out why her birth parents gave her up all those years ago. She gets a job, and her adoptive mother, even though I didn't mind her too much, annoyed me with her whining. She was all the time wanting to know why she wasn't enough, and I thought that was selfish. As a mother, I'd want my kids to love me, don't get me wrong, but this is a touchy situation. I would think that she would know that there is a deep down need to know kind of thing here.

I won't give anything away, but later in the story it all kind of changes to the birth mother and the adoptive mother being best friends--rather quickly. Eh...

The whole side story in this one, someone is after the main character wanting her gone, is all right. I actually figured out who it was immediately from the small clues. (I don't know if I was meant to find this out early or not because she goes on and on making everyone else look like the bad guy.)

So, I liked the story, but I didn't like some of the character traits. Loved the cover. Great writer...I am still hating the main girl, though.

If you'd like to give this book a try check out the Amazon link here.


Friday, May 30, 2014

Driving Layne by Renea Porter

Today's feature is "Driving Layne" by Renea Porter. You can buy the book here!  for 2.99.

First off let me just say I was surprised. This wasn't what I thought it would be when I started out reading. This book is different. I really liked it, and ended up writing down the author's name so I could get the next book in the series. I don't feel the cover fits the book at all, mainly because I don't feel that the characters on the cover match that as in the book...to me that's important. Now, the book as a whole is really quite good. There is good pacing, enough mystery, and a bit of a romance thrown in.

Several times I was surprised by what Amber ended up having in the end...I really thought she had an (SPOILER ALERT)  eating disorder...so not the case.

Good book, worth the money and time. Great new author to add to my list.


Blurb:   This is 262 pages, 

"They say, the truth will set you free. My truth is killing me."

Amber is starting over in a new state where no one knows her. New roommate, new college and most importantly new freedoms.

Away from home for the first time, Amber isn’t above using a guy for one night and leaving it at that. She doesn't want to get tied down with one person. She just wants to experience the college life and take advantage of being on her own. So, when Amber’s new BFF Renee invites her to an underground drag racing competition, Amber sets her sights on driver/playboy Layne… and their attraction is mutual.

With his good looks and boyish charm, Layne is popular with the ladies on campus, but Amber thinks one night with him is all she needs to get him out of her system. Little does Amber know that Layne sees things differently, and after their hookup he wants something more. Will Amber open up and let Layne in, or will she run away?

Will the unspoken truth be too much for either of them to handle?


Image of Renea Porter

About the Author: 
Renea loves to read, and writing is her passion! She loves all things girly. Renea resides in PA with her husband of more than 10 yrs, and her stepson.


I was her second like on amazon!  Go ahead and give her a try, I think you'll be surprised. 

Tuesday, May 27, 2014

Happy Memorial Day

A very Happy Memorial Day goes out to everyone. I have been thinking a lot about the soldiers that risked their lives for us, so that we are here today. I can't imagine the sacrifice, and I am grateful for it. When you think about everything that you are able to do because of it is quite amazing.

So, for all of you soldiers past and present, I salute you.



Monday, May 19, 2014

Agatha Rae--OENONE--

Ever since meeting Author, Agatha Rae, I have been surprised and delighted at how well she can not only speak English, but write it as well. She is a true gem.

Agatha Rae, Poland native, is a wonderful writer, a teacher of English, and a great friend. Her book 'Oenone' can be found online everywhere as well as on paperback in some brick and mortar stores.

BLURB:
Evelyn Dax is in love with her boss, Jeff Richards has an enemy and has been feeling a little cold lately, and Laura and Bruce Levinson have health problems. What does that all have to do with one Greek Nymph? Find out in this 303 page fantasy that reads like an independent film.


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About the Author:

About the Author

Agatha Rae (Joanna Bogusławska) is an author and a college teacher from Gdynia, Poland. She has published a book for the teachers of English “Teaching English Through Culture, Teaching Culture Through English” (co-written with Agata Mioduszewska) as well as an anthology of essays analyzing popular culture “Popkultura – pop czy kultura?” (Eng. “Popular culture – pop or culture?”). Her articles written both in English and Polish have been published in magazines Forum For The World Literature Studies, The Teacher, Kino, Top Guitar and Perkusista, she also collaborated with http://www.stephen-moyer.net website, published a dozen of film reviews there and she runs a blog on one of Poland’s biggest opinion-forming portals www.natemat.pl. She is a PhD student at the University of Gdansk. Among her favorite authors are Stephen King, Billy Bryson, Tennessee Williams, The Beat Generation authors and Charles Bukowski.



MY REVIEW:
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It has been a long time since I have read something and it was truly unique. This book is just that. Unique and it stands in a class by itself. Oenone--an Indie film in book form-- as I like to call it, is fascinating, different and easy to read.

In the beginning of this book, Evelyn Dax talks with her best friend, Laura, about her work crush. It isn't long after until the crush turns into an obsession come unexpected turn/twist of events.

In all honesty, this book is very hard to review without giving it away. All I can say is this, the book is different and it is unlike anything I have ever read. This type of 'paranormal' is very much unlike the others. This book has characters with real life problems with the twist of the paranormal.

Read it, enjoy it, and pass the love of Oenone on. You won't be sorry.


Thursday, May 15, 2014

The Final Round : championships for the Iron Writer Challenge. My story!

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The Iron Writer: FINAL CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-- My story: For Glenda

May 15, 2014 at 6:24am
The Iron Writer Challenge #64
The 2014 Iron Writer Championship
The Authors:
Steve Harz – 2013 Summer Solstice Champion
Don Corcoran – 2013 – Autumn Equinox Champion
Dani J Caile – 2013 Winter Solstice Champion
Danielle Lee Zwissler – 2014 Spring Equinox Champion
The Elements:

Acquired Savant Syndrome
A Letter to your older self
A pet Fairy
Use as many homonyms as possible
- See more at: http://theironwriter.com/challenge-64-2014-iron-writer-championship/#sthash.ZEahQXrq.dpuf



                                                                        For Glenda
                                                                Danielle Lee Zwissler
The little boy lay in the coffin surrounded by stuffed animals and action figures. His favorite conductor’s hat was placed carefully on his head and he wore a Thomas the Train tee-shirt along with blue and white striped jeans.
It was a quick death, finding out only a month before that he had Cancer. Jackson never complained, he always smiled, he loved playing with trains, talking to his imaginary friend, and smashing dandelions on his sister’s nose.
Only one more day until Michael Crawford’s son would be lowered into the ground. What he would do without Jackson?
“Daddy?”
Michael startled and turned fast. “Jackie?”
“It’s okay, Daddy; I’m okay…I’m with Grandma now.”
Michael’s body shook, and he covered his mouth with his hand as he went toward the coffin where his son was. “But you—”
“Don’t cry, Daddy…Remember your promise.”
                                                                                                      ***
Michael sat up, sweat pouring off his face. His son had been dead 27 years. Since then, his wife had passed, and his daughter had moved away. He spent most days locked up in his office, figuring out new algorithms, and reading Jackson’s old school papers.

Later that afternoon, Michael read a letter from Jackson to his future self. It was filled with the misspelled words and homonyms, but it was a prized possession to Michael.
“What’re you doing?” Janie, Michael’s fiancé, asked as she walked into the office.
Michael looked up, startled. “Nothing…just work.” Michael put the letter down and stood, stretching. “I’ll be back,” he said, excusing himself to the restroom.
Janie walked over to the desk and picked up the piece of paper. It was a letter. The spelling was horrible; Janie knew that writing wasn’t a strong suit of Michael’s. She loved him and his quirks anyway.
…Glenda is so butiful. She has great hare and a small waste, and brite blue eyes. I love her.
Janie’s eyes watered, angry at Michael’s betrayal. When he walked into the room, she crumbled up the paper and threw it at him. The expression on Michael’s face was that of horror.
“What are you doing?”
“Who’s Glenda!”
“Why did you do that?”
“Answer me; who’s Glenda?”
“Jackson’s pet fairy.”
“What?”
“My little boy, Jackson…I promised him that I would take care of her, that I would keep her alive for him.” Michael pointed around the room and Janie looked distraught from what the letter said, hand drawn portraits of a pixie were scattered all over the place.
“Glenda?”
Michael nodded. “It’s why I don’t want you in here.” Tears poured from Michael’s eyes as he unfolded the crumbled up paper.
“I’m so sorry, Michael. I...I didn’t know.”
“Glenda is very special to me,” he said softly, patting his pocket. “I keep her safe in here, next to my heart.”
Janie cried, “I’m so sorry.”
Michael nodded and sat back down at his desk, working on more algorithms.
A few minutes later, Janie came back in with two coffees, and pecked Michael on the cheek before walking toward the door.
“Aren’t you going to join me?”
“No.”
“But there’s two cups here.”
“For Glenda, Michael. Now I’m taking care of her, too.”

Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Only For You by Tista Ray

Male POV romance for teens/young adults... This one was a bit surprising for me as I am used to reading stories from the female perspective. I'm not usually into 'teen style' romances, but this one was quite good. The story is about Edward and Ady, best friends, unusually great chemistry, but they don't seem to know what to do about it. 
This was a good book, and a new author for me. I'll be checking out more of Tista's books!


You can order your book here!

Monday, May 12, 2014

Mother's Day

Well, I hope you all (Mothers, obviously) had a wonderful Mother's Day. I had a great one myself. My kids made some pretty great candle holders for me and a special award denoting that I am, indeed, the best mom ever:)  My husband bought me some horse things for my office as well as the second cd from the show Nashville... great music!

This week: books by Sharon Kleve, Eric Garrison, Angela Ford and Karen Hall!  I am looking forward to this lineup of awesomeness.

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Know Your 'Shrooms by Tony Jaegar

Know Your 'Shrooms by Tony Jaegar is just downright witty.

First, let me say this...this kind of book is not my usual read... ( I know...you don't believe me.)

Here's the book:


Here's the blurb:
An unnamed narrator and his friend embark on an adventure into the depths of their minds after taking a psychedelic drug. Their shared experience test the limits of their friendship, their minds, and their whole existence.


MY REVIEW:

5.0 out of 5 stars Mushrooms are bad, but this book is awesome.April 24, 2014
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This review is from: Know Your 'Shrooms (Kindle Edition)
Wow! This book was so not what I expected and totally out of my comfort zone. I absolutely loved it. The imagery that the author paints the story with is just...amazing. His descriptions during the hallucinations were fantastic and there is one part that just gave me major chills. I will definitely pick up more from this author...And I am looking forward to "Fowl Play".


Here's the Author: 
Image of Tony Jaeger
About the Author:


I have always wanted to write stories. In the second grade, I was the kid sitting in the back and scribbling in a notebook during story time. My teacher at the time was immensely supportive of that tendency.
Throughout high school and college I worked on several different projects, once failing an entire semester of classes because I was pulling all-night writing sessions. It was bad. And expensive.
Chef is my first published work, and the first thing I've written with as deep an emotional impact, and as clear and compelling storytelling. In short, the first long form story that, on review, I thought was worthy to be read.
I really enjoy fantasy books, but in spite of my love for them, most of my ideas fall in other genres, which is both kind of liberating and somewhat frustrating, because I want to be able to contribute to the genre that I grew up on. Oh well. Until then I'll write what ideas inspire me to action.
I hope you enjoy them.


Saturday, May 3, 2014

Ginny Baird

Ginny Baird is awesome. Her romances are awesome, and her characters are...very sexy, swoon worthy and ... awesome.

Here is Ginny:
Image of Ginny Baird
About the Author: 
Romance writer Ginny Baird has published novels in print and online and received screenplay options from Hollywood for her family and romantic comedy scripts. She writes touching, often humorous, contemporary romance about single women facing everyday challenges. Known for featuring holidays and family themes in her work, Ginny frequently portrays the struggles of single parents or others who've given up on finding true love. Ginny has two ongoing novella series, The Holiday Brides Series (holiday romance) and The Summer Grooms Series (summer romance), as well as additional single titles available. She's been a #1 bestselling author in Single Women's Fiction and Paranormal Ghost Romance and a Top 100 bestselling author on Kindle and NOOK. Ginny welcomes visitors to her website http://www.ginnybairdromance.com where you can learn more about her and her books.

I was her 39th like on Amazon (Just a little weird trivia for ya)


The Sometime Bride
The Sometime Bride
Price: $0.00

5.0 out of 5 stars Sometime=Big Thumb's Up!May 1, 2014
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I have read nearly everything Ginny Baird, and I will be getting all of her books--eventually. Do I know the author personally? No. Do I love her books? Absolutely. Am I now a Facebook stalker? You bet. Why? Let me tell you... Ginny has a great voice. Her books are full of fun, lovable and endearing characters. Her settings are magical, like places where you just know you want to be. I picture myself as all of the heroines in her book because I am imaginative and I like a great escape from the real world. I fall in love with the heroes, just like she tells me to, because they are wonderful, strong, attractive men with huge hearts--not the kind of men that would let us down like some in real life. She tells 'honest-to-goodness- love stories.

When I read some reviews on 'this book was predictable' or 'that couldn't have happened' it irritates me like no other. I don't read romances to feel like real life...trust me, I get enough REALITY in every day situations. I'd rather escape for a few hours with one of Ginny's characters and fall in love all over again.

Mike, in this story, is one of those dream men that we wish would come into our lives and just swoop us away. He is also very realistic, too. Mike has dreams of his own. He wants to open his own shop...he wants the right woman to share his life with him, and he wants to take care of her. SWOON ALERT.

Hey, Mike, I just called...come over here, I'll let you take care of me for a while :) Wink wink. :)

Needless to say, I loved this book. It made me smile on more than one occasion, and I liked it, much like I like or shall I say LOVE all of her books.

Note to the author: Don't worry...I'm not going to have your name tattooed on my butt or anything, I just thought I'd let you know that I love your books!



Friday, May 2, 2014

Manna X--- FABULOUS...

Author, Dani J. Caile does it again! I can't tell you how much I enjoyed this book.

Here's the Author:

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Dani J Caile is a teacher and proofreader (BA in Philology specialising in Pedagogy) who is currently residing in Budapest, Hungary. After a lifetime of reading clones and a decade of proofreading coffee table books, in retaliation he has written 4 fantasy books and 1 novella, including 'Man by a tree', 'The Bethlehem Fiasco', 'The Rage of Atlantis' and 'TDX2', all based on his own neo-plantonic universe. His latest book, 'Manna-X', is available now. He has also published a short story compilation on smashwords.com called 'Dani's Shorts' available for free. When not writing, dabbling in Shakespeare, teaching English, proofreading, washing up, hoovering, and driving all over the place, he is busy with his loving and long-suffering family.

Here's the book...



Here's the LINK!

And the blurb...
Reginald sends Graham Reader (aka the Grim Reaper), out on a mission to find Code 237-Manna-X, the Manna Machine after the Overlords warn him of an imminent (3000 year old) threat against the security of both the physical and non-physical realms.
Will Graham find the fantastic yet deadly device before anyone or anything else does?



5.0 out of 5 stars Insanely good...May 1, 2014
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This review is from: Manna-X (Kindle Edition)
If you are a smart person, and I am assuming that you are since you have somehow stumbled upon this page, then you will pick up this book right away. I hate to even say this, given the book, but... HOLY HELL... this book is unbelievable. This is certainly a 'new take' on anything religious that I have ever read. I had many emotions while reading this book. The characters are contagious--in many ways--to your soul. You will laugh out loud at many of the parts in the book, and as the author says in the beginning--the dialogue is just--wow! I actually started this book last night at around 10:50 and finished it at 6 this morning. I couldn't put it down! It was sarcastic, religious--but not in your face--it was a funny story that was just clever and amusing and outrageous. The bots...I don't even know what to say about this book other than the fact that it was completely different than I thought it would be when I started. The beginning of the book was hilarious. I felt myself being pulled into the story and enjoyed myself the entire time.
Lucifer was awesomely perfect and Alicia was great, too. I don't think I have ever read anything so imaginative in my life. I'm looking forward to reading more of Dani's books.




Thursday, May 1, 2014

Author, Maureen Larter, brightens up at least two children and one adult's life...

Wow!  I decided last month that I was going to go through Amazon and find some of the best 'unknown' authors and read their work. I had never dreamed that I would find such good stuff...and then I did! Maureen Larter is a fabulous storyteller in her children's tales. I picked up two to start with, and I am very happy with my choices.

This first review is on Angus Ant and the Acrobats!
5.0 out of 5 stars Lovely book for children of all ages! April 29, 2014
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I have to say, Maureen Larter, knows how to write a sweet, loving children's book! I bought this mainly for my son, whom is seven, but ended up really liking it myself. Even my eleven year old daughter thought it was cute, and she doesn't like anything anymore! lol The pictures are beautifully done, and there is actually a story. The language is a little higher than that of a regular 7 year old kid, but it was great. The words that he didn't know, we read together and figured them out.

Great price, great reading, beautiful pictures = one happy momma:)

Oh, and one other thing... at the end of the book she also includes projects that you can do with your kids! It's pretty neat. My kids and I are going to do a little excursion as soon as the rain lets up!

You can pick this book up on Amazon as well as many other sites. Click on the Amazon link to get your copy today!



About the Author: 
Image of Maureen LarterMaureen Larter has been writing all her life. As an adult, she worked as a teacher - teaching English ,Mathematics, Social Studies and Music. Even though she is now retired, she still teaches music at home, and now puts her energies into her writing. She writes for children, as well as sharing her knowledge of gardening. Just recently she joined in the NaNoWriMo challenge and wrote an adult contemporary novel. This latter work is about to be published under the name of Marguerite Wellbourne.


Other books by the author...

Broken Wing (Fairies of Aurora Village) by Larter, Maureen and Gabriel, Annie (Feb 26, 2013)

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Angus Ant and the Acrobats: in the Alphabet Animals of Australia series by Maureen Larter, Alice Sabrie and Maelle Chassard (Mar 18, 2014)

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Ben Brolga's Band: from the 'Alphabet Animals of Australia' series by Maureen Larter, Alice Sabrie and Maelle Chassard (Mar 20, 2014)

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Candy Cow and the Caterpillar: from the 'Alphabet Animals of Australia' series by Maureen Larter and Patsy Seager (Mar 26, 2014)

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Cassie Crocodile Catches a Cold: from the 'Alphabet Animals of Australia' series by Maureen Larter and Annie Gabriel (Mar 25, 2014)

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