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Hi all: I bring you a new book by an author I read last year for the first time. Recommended to readers of historical fiction. No Secret Too Small. A Novel of Old New Mexico by Loretta Miles Tollefson A novel dedicated to all the world’s children caught in the cross fire of adult squabbles.
Hi all: As you know, I translate books by other independent authors every so often, and I share them with you once they have been published. A Spanish author (from Zaragoza), whom I had met, and we even worked together at a book fair, Francisco Tessainer, asked me to translate his book into English. I
Hi all: Those of you who follow my blog know that I have recently completed a course to qualify as a language teacher. The director of the course suggested told me that they were always looking for Spanish teachers (I hope they might need people when language schools open again, fingers crossed!), and I’ve been
Hi all: You know I’m a bit fan of Teagan Geneviene’s books and her blog, so, of course, I could not resist the invitation to take part in her Blog-Party Bus. But, me being me, I’ve included a review of Atonement in Bloom as well. Here comes the bus!!! All aboard! Beep-beep, yeah! The party
Hi all: Seriously, I haven’t that many reviews left to share now before I get up-to-date… This week we have an interesting lot, so, don’t miss them! The Sans Pareil Mystery (The Detective Lavender Mysteries Book 2) by Karen Charlton On a cold February night in Regency London, a dark curtain falls on the Sans Pareil Theatre
Hi all: Today I bring you a new book that’s very special to me. I read it and reviewed it in Spanish a while back and have known the author, Estrella Cardona Gamio, who has been writing for many years, and her sister Concha, who looks after the promotional and technical side of their small