Dusty Balls revised and expanded and heading to Amazon this year.
The cover of my book Engle Byen A Place to Call Home appears on this art installation about Pride in the Western Suburbs which is large scale photography project currently on exhibit from until 02 Feb as part of Melbourne’s Midsumma Festival.
I was recently interviewed for an Australian book review site. I must say I was taken aback and humbled when I was asked to particate via an interview for the sixth anniversary of the blog. You can read the interview here.
I love breaking convention and try something different, unusual. That pretty much sums up my new book Opportunities. It revolves the around the lives of three mature aged women that work in a an Opportunity Shop (Thrift Store) in a country town. Who writes about mature aged women? I read somewhere that it was taboo, so of course I couldn’t resist.
Opportunities started as a short story I began to write just for fun. Then two of the characters from The Road to Engle Byen wanted to join in on the action. Who was I to refuse them a role in this book. Enter Easton and Dylan. They arrived in town and met the women that work in the Op Shop. Taking the lead from the men that are unashamedly in love, the women begin to question the guarded way they have been living their lives. The world has changed for the better, they no longer have to hold onto their old fashioned values and lifestyles or do they?
Of course someone finds themselves transported to Engle Byen, except this time they know.
This story will be an e-book and printed editions due for release in November 2018.
I’ve been invited to give an author talk on my first two LGBT books in the Engle Byen series! Super nervous already!