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Beyond the Horizon releasing August 26th, 2020

I’m absolutely delighted to share the cover of the new Bookouture edition of my book, Beyond the Horizon. This book is deeply personal for me, as my mother was in the Women’s Australian Auxiliary Air Force during the Second World War, and Beyond the Horizon is set around the incredible Women’s Air Force Service Pilots… Read more

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Polish edition of Paris Time Capsule

I’m completely delighted to share the cover of the new Polish edition of Paris Time Capsule, that has just released with my Polish publishers, Prószyński, one of the major publishers in Poland, who publish much women’s commercial fiction. I’m in love with the gorgeous cover design, and I hope that this is something cheerful and beautiful… Read more

The Things We Dont Say

THE THINGS WE DON’T SAY

My novels are becoming such profound journeys. Each of them is set in a place, in a time that inspires me. I find myself overwhelmed by the true stories that incite the books. It’s a case of becoming so immersed in what really happened, in the people and their worlds, that I start to wonder… Read more

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Louisa’s Vermachtnis

So thrilled to share the release this week of the German translation of FROM A PARIS BALCONY. It is called LOUISA’S VERMACHTNIS. Thank you to the publishers, translator and to everyone who put in such a tremendous effort to get this story into Germany. I appreciate it. xx

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Book launch SECRET SHORES

I am delighted to let you all know that I’ll be launching SECRET SHORES at the Melbourne Writer’s Festival. I’ll be in conversation with the lovely Gabrielle Ryan from Melbourne’s Wheeler Centre on August 27th at 1pm. There will be a signing afterwards… I can’t wait to introduce you to this new novel and will… Read more

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Book club questions- From a Paris Balcony

Sharing some book club questions for From a Paris Balcony, as requested by a reader today… Parisian courtesans during the Belle Epoque are generally accepted to have been some of the first women to have management of their own lives. The issue of courtesans also highlighted the dual attitudes toward women at the time, and… Read more

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