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I was born in Barcelona and have lived in the UK for many years now. I'm a writer, translator (English-Spanish and vice-versa) and I'm a medical doctor and worked in Forensic Psychiatry many years. I also have a BA and a PhD in American Literature and Film, and a Masters in Criminology. I've always loved books and apart from writing them I review them often. I write a bit of everything, check my books for more information and my about page for links. My blog is bilingual, English and Spanish.

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  1. Thanks Olga! Giveaways are such fun. Have a wonder-filled weekend. Hugs

    1. OlgaNunez says:

      You too, Teagan! Looking forward to your serial!

      1. You are so kind. I appreciate your visits. Wishing you a peaceful weekend too.
        I’m trying. Ended a real stinker of a week with the new neighbor shouting in the middle of the night… I’m trying to get my head into Pip’s universe to write a vignette — that seemed like a comforting place for me to go. But the story is not coming easily. “Pip Sees a Camel”… what shall I do with that? 😉 Heaven knows where that will go. Hugs.

        1. I hope things start looking up soon (you surely don’t need bad neighbours). Pip is always a cheerful character and very resourceful. Oh, camels could take us anywhere. A zoo, a circus? Flying carpets? My Egyptian friend always say they’ve often tried to trade her for camels (I guess the more camels, the more flattered you should feel).
          At least here it is pretty quiet and the neighbours, even the closest ones, are not that close. I fell into a stream this afternoon, so my day has been, eventful and wet to say the least. (Yes, I was going for a walk with the three dogs and I got a bit overadventurous). One of my rubber boots has sprung a leak and it never stops raining for long but… We’ll be OK, hopefully.

          1. Yikes! I hope you weren’t hurt!
            I would say “Stay dry!” as they comment over here, but with three dogs, I realize that’s about impossible.
            Yes, I would love to live far “away from it all” if money was no object. I’m trying to adjust my thinking, realizing that the future has little (to nothing) to do with what I worked to achieve.
            Oh well…
            I managed to finish the Pip vignette yesterday, yay! And now laundry beckons. Have a satisfying Saturday.

          2. Yes, not easy. There were some sunny moments today, but as I write this, it’s raining again. In general, away from it all (if it is really away) is usually cheaper, but making a living in such a place can be complicated. Where I am staying now isn’t very big, but there is a nice sense of community and most people seem happy to help each other (that’s not the same where I live, although it’s not a bad place, but, living somewhere and becoming a part of the place aren’t the same thing).
            Good news about the Pip vignette. I hope the laundry goes well. Here I’m forever trying to get things dry!
            Have a good weekend, Teagan.

  2. Thanks for sharing, hon! ♥

    1. Thank you for organizing it, Marie! All the best to all!

      1. My pleasure!

  3. That’s so lovely how you support other bloggers, Olga! And also a generous way how Marie celebrates her 400th post!

    1. Thanks, Erika. Marie is always generous with readers and other authors. Have a great weekend!

      1. Another one of the countless gems here! Have a great weekend too, Olga!

        1. Thank you, Erika!

    2. Thank you, Erika! ♥

      1. You are very welcome, dear Marie

  4. dgkaye says:

    Wonderful Olga and Marie. I’ll check it out, and share around too! Good luck with the promo and congrats to 400 posts Marie! 🙂

    1. Thanks, Debby! I know we both have plenty of books to read, but who can resist a giveaway? Have a great Saturday!

      1. dgkaye says:

        Lol, that’s how a lot of our TBR grows by great finds and giveaways. 🙂 Happy weekend to you too. 🙂

        1. OlgaNunez says:


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