Australia’s brightest new star writes stories from the heart…

Thanks for stopping by to find out a little bit more about me and my books. I have two more releasing during the rest of 2016. Flame, an ebook, is out now and my next full-length book, The Three Miss Allens, will be released on October 24, 2016. Want to find out more? Click right here.

I first experienced the thrill of being published when I was fifteen years old and an Australian magazine  published a short story I had submitted. The editor wrote, “We think you ought to look out in the future for the name of its young author.” Life got in the way of that writing career and, in the years in between, I studied journalism at university, and then worked as a television and radio journalist, a speechwriter, a publicist, a communications consultant, a political adviser, and a public servant. During those years, I wrote lots and lots of words for other people.

One day I realised it was finally time to tell stories of my own. I’m now published with Harlequin MIRA in Australia and Tule Publishing in the United States. When I’m not writing, I spend time with my husband, and together we are raising three very tall sons in what we call The Land of the Giants. We chase our disobedient spoodle, Charlie, whenever he runs away, which is often and, in our spare time, we like to drink a good South Australian wine with our lovely friends. Be sure to follow me on FacebookTwitter and Instagram. I’m there way too much.

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My latest blog post

I’m a writer and I’ve typed The End. What happens next?  The End. These are the two sweetest words in the English language if you’re a writer. Even sweeter than champagne and chocolate, and that’s saying something. And I’ve just typed them on my next full-length novel for Harlequin MIRA, The Three Miss Allens. This is a big book about… read more here.

“Some books you just know are going to be great before you’ve got to the end of the first sentence.”

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