On the heels of publishing To Say Goodbye, Kev Richardson has interviewed me about my writing goals, styles, and quirks. Kev, a sixth generation descendant from Australia’s First Fleet, now devotes his life to writing on not only the truths of his country’s convict history and general fiction with an Australian flavour, but biographies of significant people. Read his interview with me.
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Categories : Publications, The Novel Group
I am so excited–my first novel has been published! A grown-up coming of age story, it addresses the question: can a middle-aged couple join forces to overcome their individual pasts, risk loving again, and build a new life together?
I’d love to give you all a copy, but I guess that’s not possible, so I want to tell you how you can purchase one. First of all, e-book versions are available at both Amazon and Barnes and Noble. So, if you have a Kindle or Nook, download away!
Paperback versions are available by purchasing directly through me or online at Amazon. If you want me to autograph and save a copy for you, let me know (the price will be $16-17, plus any shipping costs if you aren’t local). Yip-pee!!! (All versions are available at Wings ePress.)
It’s been quite a process and I thank everyone for their support over the years.
My best to you in 2012,
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