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The House on Bursaria Street

My short story The House on Bursaria Street was selected for the anthology

Nailbiters – Not for the Nervous.CWG Launch 1

Book launch of Carindale Writers’ Group Anthology, Nailbiters – Not for the Nervous

CWG Book Launch 2

CWG Launch 3

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Write a Book in a Day – Winner

Best Sponsorship

Fuzzy’s Big Day Out
Carindale Writers’ Group
Team: Carindale Writers
State: QLD
Division: Open

Fuzzy's Big Day Out (3)Carindale Writers' Group entry, Fuzzy's Big Day Out, for the Write a Book In A Day competition.

Congratulations to Carindale Writers’ Group and especially to those who did all the hard work!


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Carindale Library


My Writing Journey. Talk at Carindale Library 13th October 2017


My thanks to the Carindale Library for giving me the opportunity to speak to this lovely audience about my writing journey. Hope everyone enjoyed the presentation and learned from my mistakes.

My books: Where’s Home Mummy? A Migrant’s Story, Zeus Publications, 2004

Heaven Tempers the Wind. Story of a War Child, Armour Books, 2016

Chocolate Soldier. The Story of a Conchie, Rhiza Press, 2016



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Book launch of “Encounters” anthology

Encounters. A collection of short stories and poetry was launched on Friday the 21st October at the Carindale library.


Four of my short stories have been selected for publication in the anthology. They are excerpts from Book I of my memoir Heaven Tempers the Wind. Story of a War Child (Armour Books) and my as yet unpublished manuscripts.

The stories are:

An Encounter with my Boss  excerpt from Book II Hope Springs Eternal – Memoir

Death excerpt from Heaven Tempers the Wind. Story of a War Child – Memoir

Milan excerpt from The Soprano Historical Fiction

The Promise of Tomorrow excerpt from Book II Hope Springs Eternal – Memoir

All profits will be donated to the Silky Oak’s family support programs at Manly West. The book is available for purchase at $16 per copy.

For more information email:  carindalewritersgroup@gmail.com


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