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Hi all, my name is Andrew and I am an Author from London, Greece, currently Bangkok and soon to be New Zealand! I love all books, especially classics, fantasy, spiritual or poetic work.

I've got a book I'd love you to read (and maybe review!?)... it's called The Dragon and The Princess and it's available on Amazon. Here is the link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LLVARVI and my website is here: www.commonsensible.org. There's also a book of poetry here: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01M1SAG4C and I'm about to publish a book on How to write a top mark essay! Anyway, have a look if you like and I hope you enjoy my work! Andrew



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Welcome to BookTalk.org. :-)



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Hello Andrew and :welcome: to Book Talk. :)


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:welcome: Welcome, nice to meet you!


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Hi all, thanks for the welcome! :)



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Welcome Andrew - you have certainly lived in some interesting places. I see you're coming to my neck of the woods soon - NZ (I'm in Australia). I hope you enjoy the change of scenery and good luck with your writing.


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