Buster & Moo plus book offers galore #Buster&Moo

You all know I don’t often reblog posts – but there’s a great offer being made here and Geoff’s a good guy for an ex-lawyer, and incidentally a good writer and well, I like him and enjoy his books and I don’t think I should keep the fun to myself …… PS I really, really recommend ‘Dead Flies…’ and his collection of short stories and ….

43 thoughts on “Buster & Moo plus book offers galore #Buster&Moo

  1. Dead flies and sherry trifle, now that does look really interesting! Lawyers make great authors. I wish him the best of luck in the bookland jungle, and it is always great to discover talented writers on WordPress. Happy reading, Pauline!

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  2. Pauline, thanks for sharing Geoff’s books and I wish him all the best! This new book title and the one with sherry trifle sounds lovely and mysterious! 🔎🍷🗡

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    • Geoff’s books are mostly anything but ‘lovely’ Robin 🙂 Don’t be fooled by ‘sherry trifle’ it’s way more ‘dead flies’ but the story is funny, sad and laugh out loud hilarious at times.

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      • I love mysteries the best of all stories as my father dismayed my mother by reading us Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s adventures with Dr. Watson.
        “Lovely” means special to me in this instance! This is confusing but not “pretty” in this book usage. I am most entranced with puzzles to figure out and bloody crimes to “solve!”
        So glad we figured this out and also thankful you made sure I knew it wasn’t a fun, delicious “trifle” but instead more dead flies book! 🙂 🗡

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  3. I need to make time to read a good book this summer. Crazy work, more travel, yard….nonsense, read a book Boomdee! Thanks for the tip. I really love the graphic art on the latest book…very clever indeed! I suppose I shouldn’t judge a book by the cover (wink) but I do xo B


      • It’s always a good sign when you can picture literature in the three-dimensional format of film. I’ll look over the titles and perhaps I can suggest one for our next book club selection. We choose ten books in January, then meet to discuss the books February through December, skipping September. So many good books, so little extra time.

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        • If you do find something you would like to read at your book club, let me know and I’ll see if I can organise a promotional thingy so you can download the books then for nothing… Amazon are a trifle stingy when it comes to allowing for nothing versions. I’d send you all old fashioned paperbacks only I think the postage to the West Coast might be prohibitive!
          Also if you do decide to go that route and want a meet the author session via some social media platform then I;m up for that too.

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          • Geoff, thank you for your generous offer, but you deserve to be paid for your work. As luck would have it, I’m hosting our book club next month. I’ve just ordered copies for the eight of us to give as a hostess gift, and you’ll be happy to know that they’ll be accompanied by one of Pauline’s beautifully hand-made book marks. It might be fun to set up a Skype or the like at a future time. I’ll run it by the group. Alys

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