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 […]
I kicked off 2021 with an early night’s sleep…
and if you’re like me you didn’t miss a thing!
Every day, I thank heavens that we live in this lucky country, more obvious now than it’s ever been. I enjoyed a good year.
My new book Duplicity is selling well and continues to enjoy 5-Star reviews on Amazon. But I also started new […]
I’ve returned to university to do an English paper on poetry and prose. I hope to improve my writing.
I hadn’t written poetry before, so it was a bit of a shock to be confronted with assignments that involved being poetic! If you know me, you’ll understand I’m just about anything else but! It turned out to be fun and here […]
New Book Review of No Ordinary Man
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“I have just finished, ‘No Ordinary Man’. It was most enjoyable and informative. My dad was in the 2NZEF in North African campaign and the sent to Greece and Crete where he was captured and spent the rest of the war in a POW camp in Germany. This book gave […]
Book Makes Case for Tolerance
Yesterday’s review of No Ordinary Man in the Tamahere Forum
Tamahere author Nicky Webber has made a strong plea for tolerance in her first book No Ordinary Man. Webber, a former journalist, tells the story of Mick Thompson, a young, World War II soldier who is forced by the times and intolerance to hide his true nature. […]