Elsa’s Stand

Today the wonderful, witty and wise Cathryn Hein is visiting my blog. If you haven’t tried any of her rural romances then you’re in for a treat. She writes clever heartwarming stories that often have cheeky, memorable animals in danger of stealing centre stage. Her latest release, ELSA’S STAND, is part of a series and I Continue reading


Return to Roseglen

It’s a big weekend aboard RooBinEsque! Ivy and her girls are out and about in bookstores everywhere, including Big W, and all online e-book retailers. It’s always a special thrill to see it lined up on a shelf amongst books I love and authors who are friends. I’m grateful to all the readers who’ve waited Continue reading


A love for all ages

“Older love is different to a young love with all that wide-eyed optimism. It’s more cautious, yet liberating. It’s careful yet wild. It’s passionately sexy yet respectful of bodies that have borne children, changed shape, been broken and healed.” Come and join in the conversation about ‘love for all ages’ on the Australian Romance Readers Continue reading


Sunset of a different kind

I am a little prone to posting sunset photos on my blog and face book, but today I have a sunset with a difference for you. I’m delighted to be able to welcome back talented outback writer, Nicole Alexander. Her latest book, Sunset Ridge, is loaded on my iphone ready for reading on the long Continue reading


Australian Women Writers Challenge 2013

I have a cunning plan this year to ensure I list all the books I read as part of the AWWC 2013. Simple, really! As I read them I’m going to post something about them. These won’t be rated reviews as I’m way too close to many of the authors and I know I’m incapable Continue reading