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You are invited too – Historical Novel Conference

I am delighted and honoured (and ever so excited) to have been invited to speak at The Historical Novel Society Australasia  2017 HNSA Melbourne Conference  on 8-10 September 2017.  The weekend programme will showcase over 50 speakers discussing craft, research, inspiration, publishing and personal histories. HNSA is excited to welcome Kerry Greenwood, author of the The Phryne Fisher series as the guest author, …

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Always Remember 5th November

I’ll be at The NZ Book Festival on Saturday 5th November at the Mt Eden War Memorial Hall, with my historical novels: The Girl from County Clare / The Cornish Knot / The Disenchanted Soldier / The Art of Secrets I’m looking forward to seeing you there. Do stop by and have a chat and please ask me about my current work-in-progress: Set in Karangahape Road in …

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The Girl from County Clare on Sale

The Girl from County Clare is on a countdown deal with Amazon. 99c on 14 May (US time) for 24 hours. The price rises to $1.99 for 24 hours and then $2.99. You have 72 hours to get a bargain. The Girl from County Clare has had some great feedback and five star reviews. Take your chance to grab it …

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My Guest Interview with Maria Grace

Writing Superheroes: Vicky Adin BAC, Guest interviews by Maria Grace Look for a Victorian gown and antique writing desk to find this superhero. Read on and find out more… According to Wikipedia, ‘a superhero is a type of heroic character possessing extraordinary talents, supernatural phenomena, or superhuman powers and is dedicated to a moral goal or protecting the public.’ Sounds like a …

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New Zealand’s Romantic Past- Vicky Adin

Wayne Turmel – author of ‘The Count of the Sahara – recently interviewed me on his blog site. New Zealand’s Romantic Past One of the pleasures of historical fiction is delving deep into time periods you’re fascinated by. Another is learning about things you didn’t know. The shelves are full of tales retelling the US Civil War or the exploits …

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