Baking Day

Rated 4.17/5 based on 6 reviews
Set in A British castles warm stone kitchen in the misty predawn, a group of people linked by an ancient heritage set out to bake delicious treats for their loved ones still dreaming on this cold wet morning. More

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About Robert Renshaw

Tall, Fit, Aussie Writer, Playwright.
I enjoy the good life and a good laugh.I discovered writing at an early age and enjoy the world it creates within me.
Surrounded by lifes adventures,I have chosen a path that provides the most diverse and not always pleasant endings.
Over the last six years,my Plays have been staged in selected theatres and in world short play festivals. Performed in front of large audiences,the responses has been positive. My novels and short stories are also well received, With "Canopy of Secrets", being my most popular book.
Please contact me anytime to discuss any queries.
Please, before you give a low star rating, try to understand the actual story first
I have had one star ratings given from people, who have no idea of what they were reading.
Some research would have assisted their decision.
Some of my works pertain to a different countries culture, therefore some of the analogises may seem confusing.
I continue to increase my works and appreciate you taking some of your rare spare time, to read them.

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Review by: Kerrie McNamara on July 10, 2015 :
Beautiful.
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Review by: loopylou on Feb. 12, 2012 :
I enjoyed this story.
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Review by: kathie curd on Dec. 27, 2011 :
awesome
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Review by: jacinta hughes on Jan. 20, 2011 :
very descriptive, interesting characters, surprise ending
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Review by: jacinta hughes on Jan. 19, 2011 : (no rating)
what an awesome story, such description and the surprise at the end. The author needs to continue writing, looking forward to reading more from Robert Renshaw
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Review by: Roenel Evans on Jan. 10, 2011 :
Very good...awsome way you wrote it..what i enjoyed is that you did not know how it was going to end..i believe that is the best , i agree that the two boys must not be reviel till the end otherwise it will spoil the who story or play...well done..looking forward to more
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on Jan. 01, 2011 :
Too confusing to bother with.
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