I have received quite a few review requests lately and unfortunately have been unable to accept them all due to other commitments right now. One such offer was from Boolarong Press, a small, independent publishing company based in my hometown of Brisbane, Australia. The title available for review, Granville: A Mother’s Grief ( A Memoir) by debut author June Ollerenshaw struck me as something that might especially interest some of my fellow Aussie readers.
If you would like to know more, contact Amanda Quick at firstname.lastname@example.org .
For international readers, the Granville Train Disaster of 1977 is the worst rail disaster in Australian history – 83 people died and more than 210 were injured.
Regular readers will recall I was very impressed with my pre-Christmas experience purchasing used books from the BetterWorld Books Bargain Bin but lamenting that postage was added on to their keen pricing for customers outside the US.
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