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November 19, 2016

 

 

New Horizons Synopsis
 

A change of scenery. A new direction. A break in the weather.
Who hasn’t hoped for something different at some point in their life?

These sixteen short stories offer insights into how people respond when they encounter experiences and events they have not foreseen, or when they discover new horizons in their lives.

 

 

About Joanne Van Leerdam
 

 

In addition to writing poetry and short stories, Joanne is a teacher of English, History and Drama/Production. She is an active member and performer in her local theatre company. 

Her hobbies include reading, music, and photography. 

 

Joanne loves travelling, and has visited many places in Australia as well as holidaying in New Zealand, Fiji, the USA and Canada at different times. 

 

Joanne's first book of poetry, 'Leaf', was published in June, 2016. 

Joanne has also published a  short play, 'The Shakespeare Omelette'. Both are available via Amazon and iBooks. 

She anticipates the birth of her second book of poetry in February or March next year, and is already thinking about possible names. 

 

Website: www.jvlpoet.com 

Twitter:  http://twitter.com/jvlpoet

 

 

 

Where To Buy New Horizons

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MTKAVMS
 

 

Joanne's New Horizons Giveaway

 

For the latest events and possible giveaways, please see the New Horizons Facebook page: facebook.com/newhorizonsjvl

 

My New Horizons Giveaway

 

Joanne has very kindly given me a copy of the New Horizons Kindle ebook, to giveaway to one of my readers.  All you need to do to enter the giveaway is leave a comment on this blog post.  The giveaway will close on November 30th, when the winner will be chosen at random.

 

Congratulations Joanne
 

I'm honored to be part of your New Horizons launch team and wish both you and the book every success.

 

 

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