Guest Blog: Christine Betts

In the lead-up to Christmas I like to make a concentrated effort to promote my fellow creatives and entrepreneurs. I am honoured to introduce to you my good friend and writing comrade, author and businesswoman Christine Betts. Christine and I met about a year ago at the Gold Coast Writer's Association monthly meeting, and instantly... Continue Reading →

Writing Fact As Fiction: Paid To Dance: Asha’s Story Parts I & II

Creative Non-Fiction: a term introduced to me by my mentor, fellow author Lee Scott. Finally I had a name for what I had been working on all these years! Up until that day I had been calling my first book a 'biographical novel'. https://youtu.be/x0y5PpagDPk The words 'creative' and 'non-fiction' describe the style. These are stories... Continue Reading →

An Exotic History: The Windmill Theatre

Named after a windmill that had once stood at the same site, The Windmill Theatre first opened in London as a small playhouse, replacing Britain’s first art house cinema, the Palais de Luxe. https://youtu.be/nal7rGoo5us Laura Henderson, the widowed wife of a wealthy merchant, bought the Palais de Luxe in 1930. Mrs. Henderson and her theatre manager, Vivian Van Damm, decided to... Continue Reading →

One Week Until Paid To Dance : Asha’s Story Part One

One week until release day!! Cannot believe how quickly this has crept up! You can still pre-order through Amazon, or directly through me if you want a signed copy (Australia only). The first chapter is also up on my website. I look forward to continuing the Paid To Dance journey with you!

The Drive Released TODAY

IT'S TODAY!! My short story 'The Drive' as an individual ebook on Kindle! The Drive is the seventh short story in The New Neighbors collection, and one of my personal favourites. Intent on leaving her troubles behind, Tamara sets out to return to her remote home town, but encounters unwelcome company out on the road.... Continue Reading →

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