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Six women in the riverside city of Albury realise that, without social media skills, they’re staring irrelevancy in the face. Their book club won’t cut it any more. It’s time to go virtual.
But their decision to plunge into the on-line world brings shocking revelations and unexpected outcomes. Friendships, new and old, are tested and their lives teeter on the edge of collapse. They must navigate a path through the chaos. But who exactly can they trust?
A small town. A world wide web.
Is the net really a friend?
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About the Author
She lives in Albury, New South Wales and blogs at https://outsidethesquare101.com.
Loretta Re is a former lawyer who is now writing novels and screenplays. Her middle grade novel Stand Up and Cheer, about the 1934 Centenary Air Race, was published in 2015. It was voted one of the best books for literacy and language development that year by Speech Pathology Australia.
She lives in Sydney and is on the board of Writing NSW.