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The Legacy to Remember

The Legacy to Remember

A century has passed, and another generation holds the legacy to remember close to their hearts. One hundred years to the day since the death of Sgt. Charlie Marlow, my newlywed son and daughter-in-law stood by Charlie’s grave. They honoured Daniel’s...

Author Talk Presentation

Author Talk Presentation

Presenting an author talk at a Probus Club is awesome, not because I’m sharing my writing journey … its the fascinating people I meet with so many amazing, often courageous life stories. Thank you Glasshouse Mountains Probus for your delightful hospitality.

The Harper Effect by Taryn Bashford

The Harper Effect by Taryn Bashford

The Harper Effect is an outstanding debut YA novel set in the world of professional tennis. Caught in a love triangle (or, is that a love square …?), Harper Hunter has big decisions to make – choices that will impact her career as a player, her friendships, her sister...

Remembering George Marlow

Remembering George Marlow

Remembering George Tennyson Marlow Today, 21 September, marks one hundred years since George Marlow lost his life on the Western Front. He was wounded in the opening hours of the Battle of Menin Road on 20 September. George is buried at Lijssenthoek Military Cemetery,...

Albert’s Fob Medallion Recovered

Albert’s Fob Medallion Recovered

My broken heart is healed. Albert’s WWI medallion, stolen last Wednesday, has been found and will soon be back with the Marlow family. We wish to express our gratitude to everyone involved. I am not aware of the details, but I can say that I am in awe of the amazing...

Sunshine Coast Council RADF Grant

Sunshine Coast Council RADF Grant

Thanks to Sunshine Coast Council Regional Arts Development Funding, I have had the awesome opportunity to work with mentor, Aleesah Darlison of Greenleaf Press, to hone my latest manuscript. Follow After Me was completed with the support of the May Gibbs Children’s...

Remembering Albert Marlow

Remembering Albert Marlow

July 17, 2017 marks 100 years since Albert Marlow lost his life on the Western Front. Nineteen-year-old Albert was positioned in support lines near Messines in Belgium and was killed in a heavy artillery bombardment. He is buried at Kandahar Farm Cemetery. His big...

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