Review of The Stars in the Night by Clare Rhoden Harry Fletcher is a confident young man. Harry’s sure that he will marry Nora MacTiernan, no matter what their families say. He’s certain that he will always be there to protect Eddie, the boy his father saved from the gutters of Port Adelaide. Only the War to End All Wars might get in the way of Harry’s plans… From the beaches of Semaphore to the shores of Gallipoli, the mud of Flanders to the red dust of inland South Australi
When I was asked to talk about the writer’s journey at the Writers Unleashed Festival, I was in a bit of a conundrum: where to start, how much to share, and what could I add to the conversation that hadn't been heard before. A writer's journey isn't a straight line from point A to Point B, its round about, up and down, stopping and starting. So I thought I'd share instead the three things I like to do each day and in that way also share my journey and my approach to writing.
Debbie Richardson is one of those authors who, while marketing herself and her titles, enjoys bringing other authors along for the ride. In 2016, she introduced virtual coffee chats with Aussie authors and twice weekly hosts the chats on her website. Not only, is she meeting some great new writers, so are we! The virtual chats are laidback conversations that enable the reader to get to know a little more about what it takes to be a writer today. A fabulous idea! So I thought