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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. Not sure what to think, Olga. It does sound intriguing.

    1. Olga Nunez Miret says:

      That it is, for sure. I’d recommend checking a sample and seeing if the style connects with you. It has something of the Beat generation about it, but the character is both restless and stuck. Not an easy read emotionally, especially depending on how you are feeling. But great writing, Mary. See what you think and have a good week. Keep safe.

  2. Thank you Olga.

    1. Thanks, Rosie. Another great discovery. ♥

  3. I am not quite from The Beat Generation, but I like the sound of this one.
    Best wishes, Pete.

    1. I know what you mean. The protagonist seems to take them as inspiration, but rather than being unable to stop (writing, moving) has the opposite problem. I’m sure you’d find it fascinating. Check a sample and see. ♥

  4. dgkaye says:

    If anything, this book piqued my curiosity Olga. I’m hopping over to read more about this book and author. Thanks as always for introducing us to new books and authors <3

    1. Thanks, Debby. Rosie Amber and the members of her group (waving at Terry Tyler in this case) come across some true gems. I think this one will intrigue you, Debby, although I definitely wouldn’t want to have the protagonist of this book as my neighbour!

      1. dgkaye says:

        Lol. 🙂

      2. dgkaye says:

        Arg, a bit fast on the send button. I just wanted to add that this book sounds very Hunter Thompson-esque. 🙂

        1. Yes, it is. You got it! 😉

          1. dgkaye says:


  5. Haha! A marmite kind of book. You slay me Olga. It certainly does sound unique. And I like things that are different. Thanks for your mindful review. Hugs on the wing.

    1. Thank you, Teagan. You’re a star. Big hugs! ♥

    1. I think you’ll love this one, Rob. And I can imagine you recreating the protagonist’s apartment. You’d have plenty of fun! Keep well and keep creating!

      1. Now I’m going to to read it. He sounds like m,y kind of writer! 🙂

        1. I can tell you he creates a wall of old TVs, he loves submarines, and he even purchases a shop mannequin at some point! I hope you enjoy!

          1. OMG…those three items are all I need to know. But I’m going to make time to read it.

          2. Just bought it. I can’t resist a wall of old TV’s and a Mannequin. Submarines, maybe. 🙂

          3. Wait until you read about the character’s costumes! I hope you enjoy it, Rob. Have a great weekend!

          4. I have it ready in Kindle and as soon as I’ve finished rebuilding my blog I’ll read it.

          5. Good luck with the blog. I’m sure it will be good. And have a great weekend!

          6. 🙂

  6. Sounds intriguing Olga and I love your last paragraph… I do like to know what I am going to find between the books and you make that very clear…hugsx

    1. Thanks, Sally. I am grateful when somebody gives me clues as to what a book is really like, rather than how much they like it or dislike it, as we all have different tastes. I have often loved books for the same reasons that other readers have hated them, and vice-versa. The main character has lots to say about writing, so I’m sure you’d find it intriguing as well. Have a fabulous week!

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