Smorgasbord Cafe and Bookstore – Meet the Authors – #Poetry Miriam Hurdle, #Thriller Jacquie Biggar, #YARomance Angie Dokos

Sally Cronin​ shares reviews for Virtually Gone, as well as books by Miriam Hurdle​ and Angie Dokos​ on Smorgasbord #blog.

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There are over 150 authors in the Cafe and Bookstore and I wanted to keep it to key pieces of information such as buying links, recent review, website and covers. However, I know that readers also like to know more about the background of authors.

In this series during June and July I will share the bios of all the authors in the cafe in a random selection. I hope that this will introduce you to the authors in more depth and encourage you to check out their books and follow them on their blog and Twitter.

Meet Miriam Hurdle

Miriam Hurdle is a multi-genre writer. She writes poetry, flash fiction, and short stories. Her poems are included in Letters to Gaia, Whispers and Echoes Issue 2, Whispers and Echoes Issue 3, and Outcast and More Words.

Music has rooted in her life. Being a soloist as a teenager led…

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  1. Thanks for boosting the post Jacquie.. have a lovely weekend..hugsx

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    1. Thanks for sharing our work, Sally ❤

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  2. Sally is so sweet to share our books, our reviews, and us! Lol. Great post, Jacquie.

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    1. I’m so grateful for all that she does!

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  3. There is something about Miriam and her poetry that is worth everyone taking a peek at.

    Um, did I spell ‘peek’ wrong? Where’s my editor?

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    1. Lol, it’s all good 🙂
      Yes, Miriam writes beautifully.


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