Wendy Unsworth

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Helpful votes received on reviews: 86% (137 of 160)



Top Reviewer Ranking: 3,717 - Total Helpful Votes: 137 of 160
Girl Under the Gun: Episode 1 by Rob May
4.0 out of 5 stars Hold On To Your hat, 17 Sep 2014
LJ is up in the early hours ploughing through university work with an imminent deadline. She's not too worried; this is her style to leave things until the last minute. However, everything in her life is about to change that evening and in the biggest possible way.
What follows on from this rather ordinary start is a plot loaded with implausibility. A knock on her window introduces Grant, an ex special forces 'spy' who has come to save LJ from an assassin. There is an encounter with a pizza delivery man and a getaway and pursuit as the new pair of allies flee to New York. It seems that LJ is unaware of the truth about her parentage and, in this, the reason for her descent into danger… Read more
Living on the Knife's Edge by David Rose
Molly is a struggling single mother, trying to do her best for teenage daughter Beth, but life is difficult. Times are hard financially and emotionally for Molly. Just when she thinks there might be a little light at the end of the tunnel an incident happens that horrifies both Molly and Beth and puts their relationship at risk of total collapse. Into the equation comes Adam, a young doctor with much still to learn.
I could totally empathise with both Molly and Beth; they were both the victims of circumstance and Beth's hatred of her mum and herself always seemed like a cry for help. Throughout I felt that their relationship would survive. Adam, on other hand, although the doctor,… Read more
Make Money Online NOW: A Step By Step Guide To Ear&hellip by Vic Dorfman
5.0 out of 5 stars A very worthwhile Read!, 15 July 2014
Since owning a kindle I have downloaded quite a few 'how to' 'marketing' and 'social media' books. I always approach these with a little bit of scepticism because I tend to find this 'genre' is rife with poorly constructed, very short 'books' that do little more than state the obvious.
THIS is not one of those book. The author has very obviously walked the walk. He is doing what he urges others to do and he has a lot of good advice including how to deal with non-payers, a problem all freelancers unfortunately come across.
Great book that I am sure I will revisit from time to time as needed.

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