The North Wind

I’m delighted that the first of two novellas that I’m writing for my creative practice PhD research is now finished – and published! The North Wind is a 39,000 word novella set in Dungirri, the location for three of my books, around Christmas. It does stand alone as a story, but it will particularly appeal…

Author copies

Sunset Shadows – coming up!

In just nineteen days, it will be official release day for Sunset Shadows! I’ll be celebrating with a local book launch on Saturday August 6th, at 12.30pm at the wonderful Reader’s Companion bookshop in Armidale. There will be some bubbly, some nibbles, and Roy from Reader’s Companion will do a Q&A with me about the…

Queen Elizabeth Rose bud

Looking forward

The past year was a difficult one for me, much of it spent glued to the computer struggling with a book, and then almost two months in Canberra through my beloved mother’s last illness and death, age 83. But looking forward is much brighter than looking backwards, and there are good things coming in 2016!…

Storm Clouds by Bronwyn Parry

Storm Clouds here!

In the mail today, one of the first copies, hot off the printing press . . . I It’s always a wonderful moment, holding for the first time a book that I’ve written. Joyful and proud and a little bit scary, too – because it will soon be out in the world, and readers will…

Cover of Storm Clouds by Bronwyn Parry

There’s a storm coming . . .

The copy edits are done, the cover is (almost) finished, and in mid-January – just in time for summer reading in Australia – Storm Clouds will be in the bookshops! Isn’t it a gorgeous cover? Here’s the blurb: He can make you believe in the ultimate lie…  National Parks ranger Erin Taylor loves her job, is falling…