In The Mail 12th September 2015 Part One

In the mail 12/9/015

A great mix  of genres here – I have already read Sweet Wattle Creek  (review scheduled for next week) and found some amazing  references to some very current issues here, coincidence or not? And last night I couldn’t resist trying one of the recipes from Adam Liaws “Asian Cookery School” (I made Beef Chow Fun) – yum!  Next week I am  especially looking forward to  reading Bitter Fruits. The Marriage of Opposites and Tennison (and whatever else I can fit into what is shaping up to be a busy week) and trying out a few more recipes.

Beef Chow Fun - Adam Liaw's Asian Cookery School

Beef Chow Fun- Adam Liaw’s Asian Cookery School

Win With “Reluctantly Charmed”

Which reminds me I must write up my review of Reluctantly Charmed 🙂 More on that later.

 

Simon and Schuster and Tourism Ireland and  are hosting a wonderful competition –  win a trip to Ireland – so you can experience the colours of Ireland yourself. Details here.  Entry only available to Australian and New Zealand residents aged 18 and over.

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