I think there’s a thief of time out there. (Hey that would make a great book title! Damn, Terry Pratchett beat me to it!) Seriously, where does the time go? It’s been school holidays here, and while I had great plans for all the things I wanted to achieve, I wasn’t quite as productive as I’d
I finally finished writing my Bindarra Creek romance, Reach for the Stars late on Sunday night. This was starting to feel like one of those books that would never end, but applying a bit of bum-glue, I got to those magical words, THE END. So now it has winged its way to my critique partners and I
Working on the fictional town of Bindarra Creek as part of a series with other authors has been a unique experience. I was in on the series from very early on in its creation, so I’ve had a hand in shaping what the town of Bindarra Creek looks like. But it’s been a very interesting
Bindarra Creek Romance 13 romances. 13 authors. 13 months. Welcome to Bindarra Creek, a struggling country community whose townspeople work hard and love deeply. Set in the tablelands of New England, Australia, the fictional Bindarra Creek is a drought stricken community full of intrigue, adventure, drama and honest country goodness. Life and love in a small country
Reach for the Stars now has a cover! I’ll be able to tell you more about the series hopefully soon, but it’s a part of series with 12 other authors set around a fictional town called Bindarra Creek. So far I’m up to 20,000 words in my 1st draft and am around the half way mark.