When I read the first few words of this review back at the end of May, I must admit I was a bit taken aback .... "All I have to say is, “Nooooooo!” Not, “No, don’t read this book,” or, “No, it isn’t any good.” “Nooooooo,” ...... AND THEN I COULD BREATHE A SIGH OF … Continue reading ElizaBeth Adams: her take on Julia’s Story
What authors want to see ….
Harry Hartog - a beautiful bookstore with a memorable name #fiction #jmarymasters
For British readers: Your history within my Belleville novels
For British readers: Read your history within the pages of my Belleville novels
4 Star Review: Julia’s Story
I wanted to share this 4 star review of the first of my Belleville books, Julia's Story. The review was written by ElizaBeth Adams » 30 May 2019, 21:31 4 out of 4 stars **** BUYING OPTIONS CLICK HERE: All I have to say is, “Nooooooo!” Not, “No, don’t read this book,” or, “No, it isn’t any good.” … Continue reading 4 Star Review: Julia’s Story
My Belleville family: Love affairs, seduction, temptation …. this story took on a life of its own
As I wrote the story, it took so many surprising turns.
A free read & my first author talk booked
If you head west of Brisbane (Qld, Australia) on the highway, past Ipswich, for an hour or so, you'll soon find yourself in the heart of the Lockyer Valley, which is where my career as a 'speaking' author begins on Friday 29 April 2016 - 10.00am at the Laidley Library (pictured) and 12.00 noon at … Continue reading A free read & my first author talk booked
Authenticity the key, says Eat Pray Love author
I'm currently reading Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic - I like her style and what she has to say. Her advice is practical - don't give up your day job because you think it interferes with your writing, you have to pay the bills - well, that is me, paraphrasing her words from her Brisbane Writers … Continue reading Authenticity the key, says Eat Pray Love author
Juggling my writing life, partially successfully
Has it really been so long since I put my fingers to the keyboard and updated my blog? Do I have any excuses? Well, funny you should ask. I can tell you what Roger Federer and I have in common in case you're interested: a torn meniscus. I bet his rehab is going better than mine. … Continue reading Juggling my writing life, partially successfully