Lovers of sweet romance with a nostalgic feel, please take note. On the 28th and 29th June. my title ‘Whatever it Takes’ will be free to download on Amazon Kindle.
Do you like nostalgic, sweet romance? Right now, my 2016 release, ‘Uncertain Love’, is a Countdown deal in the US and UK.
This title has just a handful of reviews, but they’re all positive. And note the credentials of the reviewers…
So, if you’re in the mood for a quick read that’s clean and wholesome, why not give this one a try?
Chicki and I love to walk beside the river. There are so many beautiful and interesting birds to see, from Swallows to Pelicans, tiny Kingfishers to Sulphur-crested Cockatoos.
Still, there’s a special charm to ducks, and several varieties come to visit from time to time. It’s hard to resist giving them a crumb or two when they come begging…
Some have become too tame for their own good, but let’s hope their friendliness does not become their undoing.
How Australian is this? In the background, a Laughing Kookaburra perched high in a tree… in the foreground, a Bottlebrush in flower…
This photograph was taken in our local bushland park, just a few minutes’ drive from home. Copyright © words and photography
Thank you, Karen!
The author sent me an ARC of this book (mobi format) in exchange for an honest review.
My rating: 4.2 of 5 stars
At thirty-one, Elizabeth, a music teacher fulfilled by her craft and dedicated to her students, is still single and living at home. Unexpectedly, the father of one of her students seems to want to court her. Edward, a well-heeled solicitor still recovering from the tragic death of his young wife, invites Elizabeth to dinner at his home – a home complete with a magnificent piano that he invites her to play.
Out of the blue, Elizabeth receives a letter from her former admirer, Tom – a sheep-farmer, living in Scotland. Will the contents of this letter change Elizabeth’s destiny? What startling secrets will it reveal that may upend Elizabeth’s entire view of her life?
This latest work by award-winning Australian author Margaret Lynette…
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Our little white dog Chicki loves her daily walk by the river, but the main attraction for her seems to be the exciting smells that linger here and there. But for me, possibly the greatest lure is the prospect of seeing first-hand, beautiful birds of many varieties.
One of the rarest and spectacular sights is that of a Pelican. Yesterday, I spotted one one the river. Unfortunately, though, there were some unfriendly water-birds around who chased it off, despite its larger size.
I hope you enjoy this photo of a Pelican in flight. Copyright ©
Going off at a tangent, there will soon be a brand new novella released : ‘Love Denied’. Fans of sweet romance set in post WW2 Australia, please take note (and tell your friends).
These unusual birds seem to be loners. Once in a while, I see a Striated Heron inside our local swimming baths. They seem to shun company, for I’m yet to spot one anywhere near another bird of any description. Although they lack the strikingly graceful form of some of the other water birds of the Georges River, they nevertheless manage to catch my eye.