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It’s a Lark

By |2022-05-18T14:08:39+12:00May 18th, 2022|Coming Soon, Lark, News Letter, News Updates|

I’m feverishly writing my next new contemporary fiction book, the Lark, and broke past 40,000 words today! It’s called the LARK because it’s been a Lark to write!

It’s about two sisters who inherit the family farm after their parents die in a tragic accident. All the elements for a fast paced, suspenseful read. It’s also based on a true story. […]

I’m A Lark Starter

By |2022-05-02T11:58:50+12:00April 20th, 2022|News Letter, News Updates|

I’m a Lark Starter

I’ve been plotting and planning my next new book, Lark, a story based in New Zealand about two sisters who inherit a farm – I’m a Lark Starter!

With great feedback from Crow’s Song, I’ve decided to use a similar plot structure with a contemporary story interlaced within an historical narrative. Both stories will be […]

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Duplicity is a Crime.

By |2022-04-21T11:07:23+12:00April 6th, 2022|Duplicity, News Letter, News Updates|

Duplicity is a CRIME

Out of nearly 200,000 titles, Duplicity is a crime, rating at number 151 in Criminal Biographies and 166 in Biographical Literary Fiction!

Best Sellers Rank: #116,972 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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Enjoy 60% off Crow’s Song

By |2022-04-01T15:03:19+13:00March 8th, 2022|Crow's Song, News Updates|

Enjoy 60% off Crow’s Song up until the 12th March on Amazon UK.

Enjoy this 4.6-Star historical fiction about WWII, Nazi underground resistance, and the war seen through the eyes of two teens in different countries fighting for survival.

Click here to get your new kindle copy.

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Crow’s Song has Landed

By |2022-04-01T14:49:36+13:00February 9th, 2022|Crow's Song|

Crow’s Song Paperbacks have Landed. I’ve spent the day wrapping up books and posting off to readers nationwide. If you’re outside New Zealand you will need to purchase direct from Amazon.

Just to let you know Crow’s Song is hot off the press!! It’s now available on Amazon here or you can buy the paperback directly from me or […]

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Crow’s Song is Live Feb 1st!

By |2022-02-08T17:01:52+13:00January 26th, 2022|Coming Soon, Crow's Song, News Letter, News Updates|

Crow’s Song launching February 1st!

My new book has been fired off to the printers and is uploaded on Amazon ready for Release!

This is a historical WWII book based on a true story of two children in two different countries surviving the war and their journey to find one another. It’s a war and love story and much more in between! […]

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Crow’s Song Book Excerpt

By |2022-01-20T13:59:15+13:00January 14th, 2022|Coming Soon, Crow's Song, Excerpt Work in Progress, News Letter, News Updates|

Here’s a small taste of Crow’s Song, my NEW WWII historical fiction book due for release in February.

Preorder kindle version here prior to Crow’s Song release on 21st February, 2022.

An Excerpt from Crow’s Song, Chapter 25, Taking the Heat…

The main character is Piet Verberne, a teenager who overheard his parents conversation the previous night:

Ma swings around. ‘Yes. What’s the matter?’

‘I […]

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Why Write Crow’s Song?

By |2022-01-20T14:12:45+13:00October 28th, 2021|Crow's Song, News Letter, News Updates|

My new book, Crow’s Song, is finished! But before I take my next breath I’m submitting a corrected, clean draft to a professional Editor and a Proofreader.

AFTER that it will go to about six Beta Readers so they can torment me with any mistakes or inconsistencies not picked up before publishing. Crow’s Song will be ready for readers during February […]

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Sweating Towards the Finish Line

By |2021-10-20T13:17:06+13:00October 6th, 2021|Crow's Song, News Letter, News Updates|

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 […]

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Third Daughter

By |2021-10-05T10:31:26+13:00September 29th, 2021|News Letter, News Updates|

I am supporting an Afghani mother and five children trapped in Kabul.

As a contemporary and biographical author, I undertake many hours of research. I see the similarities throughout history of the plight of refugees. This crisis is no different to the mass exodus of people trying to escape the Nazis during WWII.

The Taliban have plunged Afghanistan and it’s people back […]

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