Whilst RETURN TO ROSEGLEN isn’t strictly a romance, Ivy and her girls have known love and lost love. And, as we all know, love comes in many forms. Set amongst the dust and heat of north western Queensland love for the country is an important part of the story. The landscape holds a different pull Continue reading
Tag: Australian Rural Romance
How Big’s Your Backyard?
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Valentine’s Bouquet you can keep!
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Today’s guest is the inimitable Cathryn Hein. Her wicked sense of humour, passion for golf, and obsession with a bunch of grown men wearing red and white tight shorts, makes her stand out from the crowd. I love hanging out with Cathryn and Rachael Johns at RWA and ARRA events – and if you want Continue reading
I left Cairns at 6 am and the temperature was twelve degrees. At 12.30 pm I landed in Melbourne and it was still twelve degrees! Nothing like consistency! The skies were blue, the winds were light, the taxi driver was a Greek gentleman with a fantastic sense of humour. Melbourne was showering me with her Continue reading
The Joy of a Writing Residency
Joining me today is Australian rural romance author, Jennifer Scoullar. We’re release month buddies with Brumby’s Run hitting the shelve in July. Jenny and I have both been fortunate enough to spend some time at Varuna, The Writers’ House which is a wonderful place to write in the Blue Mountains. If the words won’t flow Continue reading
My guest today is debut author Margareta Osborn who I met for the first time in person at the RWA conference last year and she’s as bubbly in person as she is on the page. Her novel, BELLA’S RUN, is already earning rave reviews as a fresh voice in Australian Rural Fiction. Enjoy! Margareta, welcome Continue reading