CHRISTMAS CHEER

CHRISTMAS CHEER DISASTER DIVERTED Thanks to all those who have purchased their copy of “Burdekin Heartbeats”. Apologies to those in the Burdekin who found empty shelves BUT DO NOT DESPAIR a fresh supply is on its way. They will arrive this afternoon (Tuesday 22nd...

Burdekin Heartbeats Release Today

Newsletter DECEMBER 2020 BURDEKIN HEARTBEATS Fortuitous Seas For release on December 2nd, 2020: Burdekin Heartbeats. The Genre of this story is Historical/Fiction/Romance/Adventure. REVIEW OF BURDEKIN HEARTBEATS  By Margaret Bevege Ph.D., author of ‘Behind Barbed...

BURDEKIN HEARTBEATS

Newsletter NOVEMBER 2020 Fortuitous Seas My third novel, Burdekin Heartbeats, is now in the hands of Ingram Spark. It is due to be on sale on December 2nd 2020. The Genre of this story is Historical/Fiction/Romance/Adventure. Excerpt: The sound of a prolonged scream...

WHO’S WHO

Newsletter  OCTOBER 2020 Fortuitous Seas Our local library held a Writing Festival last month. All held via Zoom. A great weekend. Current Weather and Tides Last week I took a road trip to the southern Darling Downs where I met some wonderful people. Grateful to those...

GREAT STORIES

          Newsletter  SEPTEMBER 2020 Don’t miss the NEW short story below. Fortuitous Seas Looking forward to the Gympie Library Write Fest on the 4th -6th of September. This will be held online via zoom. A great program with great speakers has been planned. Don’t...

GREAT STORIES

Newsletter  AUGUST 2020 Don’t miss the FINAL instalment of “The Boy” below. Fortuitous Seas Last month I had the honour to have been invited to join Sue Cole of the Mary Who Bookshop in Townsville and the President of the Townsville General Hospital Past Graduates...

Newsletter July 2020

FUN AND FOTOS   Don’t miss the fourth instalment of “The Boy” below. Fortuitous Seas Can having one’s photo taken be described as fun? I would protest such an assumption. When the evidence is placed in my hand and a face, very like the one I discover in my mirror...

An Old Friend “The Shiralee”

Newsletter  JUNE 2020   AN OLD FRIEND “The Shiralee” Don’t miss the third instalment of “The Boy” below. Fortuitous Seas I spent an enjoyable morning trawling my bookshelves looking for a tasty read; should have been cleaning them; the shelves. I selected “The...

READING, A GREAT PASTIME.

Newsletter MAY 2020  Another excerpt from “Shadows on the Goldfield Track” written by Elizabeth Rimmington. “Why does Miss Millie think this stranger may mean harm to Thomas or to the doctor? What exactly did he look like?” Abigail asked when Millie’s warning had been...

Best Laid Plans of Man and Mice

Newsletter April 2020 … have gone asunder thanks to the Corona Virus. A little bug with a massive impact. Keep Safe. Keep Sane. Firstly, I have another excerpt from “Shadows on the Goldfield Track” written by Elizabeth Rimmington. Doctor George spoke. “Right Abigail,...