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Terry Spring
English born but long-term Aussie, I trained as a journalist and wrote pieces for now defunct music newspapers in London's swinging sixties. Followed this with migration to Sydney and Australian corporate life, but now live on the Gold Coast writing novels and ghost-writing... only producing ebooks as its easier and stress-free compared to print.
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A Basket Case
by Terry Spring
When a meal out with friends turns out not to be the pleasurable experience anticipated.
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A Basket Case
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A Date with Dali.
by Terry Spring
Dreams of a past life, immortality, and encounters with the Master Artist under a perfect ...
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A Date with Dali.
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Flushed with Pride.
by Terry Spring
Sometimes one can become a 'friend to the stars' in the most unlikely of places.
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Flushed with Pride.
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Jailtime by Terry Spring
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Returning home brings back so many early memories - some good, some not so good. Recalling...
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Jailtime by Terry Spring
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Red Sky In the Morning by Terry Spring
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The cliff path of Sydney's scenic Bondi Beach is well-known as a place to exercise but it ...
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Silver Service
by Terry Spring
Sometimes a restaurant may be wiser to serve a late-arriving customer.
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Silver Service
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The chicken Dinner
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To point a chicken bone can be the most severe of curses.
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The chicken Dinner
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Windsor for Mayor.
by Terry Spring
The game of politics will always be played, and power will always be sought after, long in...
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Windsor for Mayor.
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