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A big HELLO to all my lovely readers! Finally, an announcement I have been dying to make! I am proud and excited to be able to tell you that Guardian Angel, the fourth book of my Master of Illusion series …
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Another year has just sped by, with its fair share of joy, sadness and inspiration, leaving me little time to catch my breath. It hardly seems possible that, a whole twelve months later, I am wondering exactly the same thing …
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Making lace and silk-embroidered postcards and souvenirs for homesick Australian soldiers became a cottage industry for many Frenchwomen during the long, hard years of World War One. The examples sent home by my grandfather are exquisite – cards decorated with …
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Whilst going through some old family papers and photographs I stumbled upon a small wooden box and in it found a real treasure: a letter, dated July 6th 1918, from my grandfather in France to my grandmother in Australia. It …
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I’m honoured and thrilled to share the news that my latest novel, Angel of Song, was just announced as Bronze Medalist in the Modern Historical Literature Fiction category of the 2016 Global Ebook Awards! This is the second Global Ebook …
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I have been thinking a lot about my grandfather lately, with this year marking the Centenary of the Western Front. I often wonder how he felt leaving a young wife and baby son, not knowing if he would ever see …
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My life had been turned upside down. I found it difficult to function. This morning, everything had gone wrong and I hadn’t even dressed for work. I rushed to the dressing table I had inherited from my grandmother. Stressed, I …
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As with many in our language, the word character can be interpreted in several ways and mean different things to different people. For example: It may be used to describe someone with a distinctive individuality and/or eccentric personality. Or it …
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  Trainwreck How often do we hear railway metaphors and similes used to describe dramatic events in our lives? We say that someone has made a trainwreck of their life; that our plans have been derailed; when we speak of …
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  As well as my grandfather, Jack and his mate, Percy, there were other real-life characters amongst my fictional ones in Angel of Song. One very special hero is referred to by Madame Dupont only as ‘Hugh’s friend’. He was …
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