An unforgettable tale of love, courage and betrayal..
A dramatic tale of love and identity..
A sweeping tale of love and loss..
Inspired by a true story.
Journey back into the past...
And discover untold stories from another time...
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I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was a child but didn’t pursue my dream until I had children of my own. Now I can’t ever imagine doing anything else but write! Historical fiction is my passion, combining the things I love – writing, history and family stories. I also love to read and I try to snatch a few spare moments whenever I’m not writing or busy with my family, to read anything from contemporary fiction to autobiography but my favourites are historical fiction and fantasy.
‘The Girl from Munich’ and ‘Suitcase of Dreams’ are inspired by the stories my grandmother told. ‘Letters from Berlin’, my most recent book, inspired by a true story and set in World War Two Germany, is an epic story of family and legacy, love and survival under the menacing shadow of the Third Reich. It’s available now! You can view the gorgeous trailer to ‘Letters from Berlin’ in the video clip above and enjoy a sneak peek in this extract below!
It’s that time of year again when we prepare to come together with our families for the celebration of Christmas! I don’t know about you, but I was hit with the realisation of the festive season fast approaching when I attended a book signing at Dymocks Castle Towers in Sydney recently. It was the first… Read more
This last month has been busy to say the least, especially with the release of Letters from Berlin. Between learning to navigate the digital world with remote events, online blogs and reviews, podcasts, and remembering to post regularly on my author facebook page, I’ve continued writing the next book set in Southern Italy. It’s been… Read more
While researching my very first book, The Girl from Munich, and sifting through the treasure trove of documents, photos and memorabilia that my German grandmother left behind after she died, I discovered the letter that started the journey towards Letters from Berlin. It was sent to her when she was in her eighties by newly… Read more