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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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Crow’s Song Excerpt

By |2021-04-19T14:04:02+12:00April 18th, 2021|Crow's Song, Excerpt Work in Progress, News Updates|

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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FREE for Easter

By |2021-04-08T09:58:05+12:00April 1st, 2021|Duplicity, No Ordinary Man, Win a FREE book|

Read these TWO  4.5 Star books for FREE over Easter!

Enjoy this Anzac soldier’s true story. No Ordinary Man is a gripping true story about an Anzac soldier’s struggle with love and war and the secrets of his double life.

Readers comments : “Riveting from Cover to Cover.”  “Mick is an extraordinary, multi-faceted man – bullied child, brave and resourceful soldier, skilled […]

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Crow’s Song Book Two Draft Chapter 1

By |2021-02-22T09:41:41+13:00February 11th, 2021|Coming Soon, Crow's Song|

A Draft first Chapter from Crow’s Song

Book Two in a new Series of Historical fiction.

CHAPTER  ONE – Gone Missing 1940 Netherlands

It is the end of spring when my father vanishes.

He hugs me at bedtime, gripping me, almost crushing me into his chest. I’m taken by surprise because he isn’t a touchy […]

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Fellow Five Star Earthlings

By |2021-01-27T11:35:49+13:00January 20th, 2021|Crow's Song|

Greetings Fellow Earthlings and wishing you all good things for 2021!

It’s been a rocky start in our neck of the woods, culminating with one of our schnauzer sisters enduring a serious operation to remove two nasty tumours and her spleen. Waiting now for test results and hoping they are benign.

In human years she is only 53 years old, so you’ll […]

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Crow’s Song Committment

By |2021-01-25T12:40:34+13:00January 6th, 2021|Crow's Song, News Updates|

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 […]

Writing Exercise

By |2020-09-09T14:14:26+12:00September 8th, 2020|Crow's Nest, News Updates|

I took two pages of the draft text for my next new book.

Working title, Crow’s Nest, and decided to hone it down to basics. This is what I ended up with!

No one noticed, but suddenly the crickets and birds fell ominously silent. Only the faint summer breeze gently moved into the lounge, making the heavy drapes sashay across the carpet, […]

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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 […]

Book Makes Case for Tolerance

By |2019-06-18T14:04:53+12:00June 1st, 2019|News Updates, No Ordinary Man, Reviews|

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. […]

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