Crow About to Fly
Getting close to 70,000 words with about five chapters to complete for my new book Crow’s Song. It may be a longer read too.
It’s been hard work researching some of the details of the main protagonists, Ava in London, and Piet in Eindhoven, during WWII. I’ve been daring and written the characters in first person during their […]
What’s in a Name?
It must be a fool moon! I’m not kidding. It’s taken me eight-months to get halfway through my current book project, Crow’s Song.
Then I decided to start writing another secret-squirrel book at the same time. Working on two books every day!! There must be medication for this, right? To hell with housework, ironing, and dust bunnies! […]
Unbearable Playfulness of Being.
While lying together in bed, I run my fingers through your grey hair and my thoughts meander over your love and playful lightness of being.
Gently massaging your body, I take care not to wake you. Fatigue and pain dog your last days. I want to soak up your suffering like a sea-sponge, eradicating every […]
Fame at last! A radio interview with presenter Rachel Dore last week.
We discussed a whole range of things around writing and books I’ve written so far. A lively, fun discussion and I was totally unprepared!
She contacted me from MPR radio the day before the time slot. I’m always the bridesmaid, filling in for someone else that couldn’t make it. I […]
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A hauntingly, heart-wrenching true story about a soldier’s conflict with the love of his life and his own secret identity.
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We stare upwards in collective horror.
I bolt across the fields, running towards the plummeting Mosquito aircraft, while the others cling onto one another, shouting unintelligible warnings.
I’m not sure what to do, but every second counts. Pam, my youngest cousin, shrieks towards the sky above. Flames are clearly visible from the broken right wing. Billowing smoke coils as the plane pirouettes, […]
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Interview With Awarding Winning Novelist Carole Brungar
How many books have you written and how do you decide on the plot?
I published my first novel, A Tide Too High, back in 2014. It took about nine months to write and some two years to re-write. I’m preparing to publish my 5th novel and my 4th Vietnam related story. The Vietnam War has […]