I really enjoyed this story. 'Beneath the Mother Tree' is the story of Ayla, returned back to her island home after a year on the Australian mainland at University. Summer has been it's usual, but now two newcomers have moved onto the island, Riley and his mother Marlise, a strange woman who prefers to … Continue reading Book Review – Beneath the Mother Tree by D M Cameron
Maud has dementia. She's forgetful and confused, her thoughts slipping between the present and the past, and sometimes - often - mixing up the two.
There is so much to love about this story, and if I may be a bit geeky, the title is one of those things. It's so clever, because while the title as a whole makes sense, each word in the title is also the name of a character. Beth Teller is the first character … Continue reading Book Review – Catching Teller Crow by Ambelimn Kwaymullina and Ezekiel Kwaymullina
I’m a little bit excited, because this week on the blog I’m interviewing a fellow historical author – Barbara Gaskell Denvil! Barbara’s latest book ‘Fair Weather’ has just been released and she’s come over to have a chat about the book and her writing process. Welcome Barbara! To begin with, can you tell us a … Continue reading Interview – Historical Fiction Author – Barbara Gaskell Denvil