Here’s some more information about me.
I’m a happily married woman who lives with her husband in a quiet, leafy Sydney suburb. My husband is known around the world in pipe-organ circles since he is the highly respected creator of the Grand Organ in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House. His name is Ronald Sharp.
Many years ago I studied Short Story Writing and Freelance Journalism, both as an external student. I liked writing, and my teachers were very encouraging, but unfortunately, family circumstances intervened and I had to focus on other, more mundane, things.
About a year ago I got the idea that I might, just might, be able to put together a book of romantic short stories. My local newspaper had been keen to publish almost every Letter to the Editor that I submitted, and I had sent in quite a number. Buoyed by this, and at Ron’s encouragement, I set to work.
Ron greeted my work with boundless enthusiasm and support, and was more than excited and enthralled by a number of them. His favourite, I believe, is ‘A Song for Ellie’, which you will find in ‘A Taste of Life and Love in Australia.’ That said, he is, even now, constantly finding new stories in my fourth book (that he is spacing and editing) to praise greatly.
So, I’m trying my hardest to get the books read by others, and hopefully approved. Who knows, one day I may be well known, like my husband. Well, at least I can dream!