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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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Free Copy of No Ordinary Man

By |2021-06-11T11:09:56+12:00May 23rd, 2021|No Ordinary Man, Win a FREE book|

Good News – for two days only, No Ordinary Man, is FREE on kindle.

Click here to download your free copy.

A hauntingly, heart-wrenching true story about a soldier’s conflict with the love of his life and his own secret identity.

A gripping tale that takes the reader into Mick Thompson’s innermost thoughts and his emotional turmoil during his heroic survival in […]

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Interviewing Awarding Winning Novelist Carole Brungar

By |2021-03-17T13:42:57+13:00March 17th, 2021|News Updates|

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 […]

As the Crow Flies

By |2020-09-11T12:54:45+12:00August 30th, 2020|Crow's Nest, News Updates|


On Friday morning I sat in a cafe for a couple of hours writing my next book – working title:

Crow’s Nest.

Today is Sunday and I’ve nailed down 9,000 words. The plot is a combo of WWII historical fiction and romantic suspense – a story of love and hope contrasted with war, destruction and deprivation.

My parents were teenagers during the […]

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No Ordinary Man Book Review

By |2020-03-13T15:37:00+13:00March 13th, 2020|No Ordinary Man, Reviews|

New Book Review of No Ordinary Man

Verified independent reader from Facebook.

“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 […]

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