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As an Indie author, I have published The Same Moon, Trials of Life and Land of Hope, trilogy of a Modern "Journey To The West". If you enjoy reading, do pop over to Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk; iBook for my books.
Currently I am writing my second trilogy "Journey to the East". Watch the space!
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Monthly Archives: January 2018
Author Bio: Isabelle Kenyon is a Surrey based poet and a graduate in Theatre: Writing, Directing and Performance from the University of York. She is the author of poetry anthology, This is not a Spectacle and micro chapbook, The Trees Whispered, … Continue reading →
Welcome back, everyone! Today I continue showing you discoveries of New Zealand, through my words and pictures. Most of the photos I have selected are from my own collection. I also ‘borrowed’ a few from my fellow fine photographers John … Continue reading →
Many of my followers and friends are aware of my most recent, life-affirming winter break across the ocean at the far end of the globe: New Zealand. The journey itself was long and exhausting in a span over two days, … Continue reading →