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A new readers' website, Shepherd,  curates lists of great books. The list is made up of the top 3 recommendations from readers and authors. If you're interested to read about my pick for my 3 favorite reads of the years - click here

If you'd like to see the curated list then you can click here

Audiobook Now Available
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The Deadly Secrets audiobook , narrated by Lisa Armytage, is now available from the following:

Click the one you prefer and check it out.

Coming Soon - Author events and Markets
  • 26 February 2024 - Author Talk at Campbelltown Probus

  • 1 March 2024 - Speaker at the Marion View Club International Women's Day lunch. 

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New Review For Deadly Secrets

Thank you to book blogger Denise Newton for this wonderful review of Deadly Secrets.

"It’s refreshing to find a complex, character- and plot-focused novel set in an Australian city, featuring characters not usually encountered in a typical thriller or crime novel."

You can read the complete review here:

Most Recent News

Market at Fleurieu Folk Festival - market This Saturday was not what we were anticipating. Such bad windy weather, dirt/grit covering everything, and not many readers to chat to. Can't win them all. 

 

Marion Library - author talk I was interviewing Jennifer Mckenzie Dunbar about her new release - Missing Pieces. It was a good turn out and there were lots of great questions. 

 

Reading Between the Vines - author event An interesting day talking to readers and fellow authors at the Saddleworth Institute Hall on Saturday. 

 

Meander Mother's Day market A great day spent at our stall on Melbourne Street, North Adelaide. It was lovely to see and chat with so many avid readers during the day.

McLaren Vale Easter Market. Another successful day meeting and chatting with readers. We were lucky with the weather too. 

 

Marion Library Author TalkIn conversation with Nina D Campbell - author of Daughters of Eve - at The Marion Cultural Centre (Marion Library) 287 Diagonal Rd, Oaklands Park, at 10 am on Tuesday 14 March.

 

The Paxton Winery Christmas Markets, at Maclaren Vale.  Again I and four other talented local authors hosted a book stall at the markets. Father Christmas was there and there was music, food vans, and a big range of stalls. Unfortunately, it was a quiet day but it was still great to talk to readers and be able to sell books direct.

Enfield Probus Club Author Talk - Jennifer Mackenzie Dunbar and I were warmly received by the Probus club members when we gave a talk about our books and writing Process.

 

Guest Blog - My guest blog post for Meet the Author (Camilla Downs) tells about my experience with the Adelaide High Court law courts. Read it here  Friday with Friends

As US author, Tom Clancy said: "The difference between fiction and reality? Fiction has to make sense."

Norwood Probus Club Author Talk - Jennifer Mackenzie Dunbar and I had a pleasant morning talking about our books and writing process to the Norwood Probus group.

 

The Paxton Winery Markets, at Maclaren Vale.  I was in the Local Books 4U tent,  with four other talented local authors. It was a very successful day.  Learn more here 

 

Playford Civic Centre - the Author Night Market, 5-8 pm, was held at Playford Civic Centre, 10 Playford Blvd, Elizabeth.

 

Melbourne Street Markets - I'll be at the Meander Christmas Market on Melbourne St in North Adelaide. 

 

McLaren Vale Markets - I shared a market stall at the Market Among the Vines at the McLaren Vale Visitors Centre.

 

U3A meeting - I talked about my writing process and independent publishing experience at The U3A meeting in Ascot Park. 

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To see the earlier news & events - go to the Archive - Click Here
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