Any day now, and my fourth book of modern Australian Short Stories will be visible by the computer screen, on my Amazon.com pages.
Entitled, you guessed it, ‘Reflections of Life and Love in Australia’, this is another easy to read collection of mostly romantic tales, although this time, there are several interesting ones of Human Interest variety. ‘Hand in Hand’, the story of parental dilemma over sport versus musicianship, and ‘A Secret Banished’, about a grandma’s decision to improve her reading skills, are both to be found here.
The love stories are many, and delve into a variety of scenarios. Most end happily, with the couples staying together; though, as in life, some situations end in disintegration. All in all, there’s something for (almost ) anyone.
As Editor and collaborator, my husband Ronald Sharp B.E.M., the creator of the Grand Organ in the Concert Hall of the Sydney Opera House, has stamped his mark, spacing the words out in the same musically-inspired fashion that he employed in the three previous volumes. Throughout his reading, he’s constantly praising the quality of my writing. I hope others share his opinion!