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Step Back in Time: Clockwise Collection

Looking for a fun beach read? The Clockwise Collection is a fun read for all ages that combines time travel with a touch of romance. If you love Ginger Gold and gang I think you will enjoy the Clockwise

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Quantum physics – Did you know?

In a previous blog post we discussed Transhumanism and AI's. This week we'll be delving into quantum mechanics. Sounds intimidating doesn't it? So much has been written on the topic that I'm still learning

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Transhumanism – What do you know?

Have you heard of Transhumanism? Neither had I until I started writing The Perception Trilogy. Transhumanism is the belief that humankind can develop beyond its present form. In other words, transhumanists

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🎉 Three reasons why I’m celebrating! ((and why you should be too)) 🎉

Here are my 3 reasons why I've been doing my happy dance!1. Murder at St. George's Church is now LIVE!2. Early reviews have been great. Whew! "This is an excellent addition to this

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Are you ready for more Ginger Gold?

Just TWO WEEKS left! Preorder now to make sure Murder at St. George's Church shows up on your kindle like magic! Faith, hope and . . . murderRomance is in the air for the delightful Reverend Oliver

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What do you know about Harrods Animal Kingdom?

Ginger Gold is a strong, intelligent, passionate woman with a frailness and insecurity to her. I think most readers will find something that they relate to that pulls at the heartstrings as well as tickles

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Exciting announcement! + Journal Entry

To celebrate the upcoming release of the 6th Ginger Gold Mystery I will be hosting a Live-Stream on Facebook on March 20th!! Join me on my Lee Strauss - Author Facebook Page for a live reading

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January 2018 Month in Review

Wow, January. You came like a blast of wind and slammed the door on your way out – in a good way! January literally did start in the cold of winter (as it always does for us northerners, but last

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