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Hidden Genes of Professor K
Today, I have an awesome surprise that I’d like to share with you.I’ve teamed up with over 50 amazing mysteries and thriller authors to give away a huge collection ofnovels, short stories, and more – 100% FREE! Plus, you’ll also have a chance to win a Kindle Fire or Nook Tablet !You can download my novel The Hidden Genes of Professor K, plus books from authors likeChristopher Hepworth  and Tim TignerEnter the fun by clicking here:  bit.ly/2fq3NYSGood luck, and enjoy!Gabriel Farago! Read more →
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Good old friends; a Writer’s Journey 3

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Riding boots and a hat; two good old friends. This is about the hat, not the boots, and the hat has a name – Dubbo. Curious? This is its story. Dubbo is an Akubra. ‘An Akubra?’ I hear you ask, ‘what’s that?’  Well, let me tell you: An Akubra is an Australian icon. It’s a wide-brimmed bush hat worn by stockmen, graziers, horsemen, farmers, hunters and adventurers like me who love the outdoors. Founded in the 1870s, the original modest hat-making factory ... Read more →
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In the footsteps of Anna Popov; an exciting journey into remote outback Australia. A writer’s journey 2

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Art and Science meet Literature at the Vivid Ideas Festival, Sydney, 2017

The cover of The Hidden Genes of Professor K featured recently on the big screen at a Vizbi presentation in Sydney as part of the famous VIVID Ideas Festival.I was invited to make a presentation about the book cover which was designed in collaboration with the data visualisation team at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research here in Sydney. The cover is an excellent example of art and science reaching out to meet literature and shows the P53 gene winding ... Read more →
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Professor K and the Stolen Recipes of Suleiman; Journey of the Book” 3

This is a continuation of my blog of April 16 in which I told you about an extraordinary event that occurred in the Topkai Palace in Istanbul on 16 January 1595, the night the sultan, Murad III died. You will recall that this shocking event inspired me to write the book. Enjoy!II. Sunrise‘It’s done,’ said Gazanfer Ağa as the first rays of the morning sun banished the darkness, giving the still waters of the harbour below the palace a pinkish ... Read more →
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