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Love Lee

It’s fitting that Lee Marvin is his real name. Born 19 February 1924, the son of Mr and Mrs Marvin was named after Confederate General Robert E Lee, reputedly a distant relative. For me, what sets Lee Marvin apart is … Continue reading

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Hard Labour starts to pay off

There are times when maintaining a blog is a drag, a necessary evil for a fiction writer who would frankly rather spend her precious time writing fiction. Times when I struggle to find something interesting to blog about. Other times … Continue reading

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Crime Factory Hard Labour

Hard Labour is a new all-Australian anthology of short crime fiction being launched by Crime Factory in October and I’m thrilled to be part of it. The Hard Labour anthology is bookended by stories from two of Australia’s crime fiction greats, … Continue reading

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Me and other Aussie authors

It’s New Year’s Eve and I’ve got less than 12 hours to complete the Aussie Authors Challenge I signed up for in 2011. I aimed for the ‘True Blue’ category of reading and reviewing 12 books by at least nine … Continue reading

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