Book Signing

Book Signing

I will be at Dymocks Indooroopilly this Saturday (26/11) from 11am – 2pm. Come and say hello – I love to chat to readers!
The real work never ends

The real work never ends

The experts were right; the real work starts when the book is finished.  It is after 11pm, and I am still writing letters and wrapping books to send out to various media organisations. Sometimes I really think my fate is in the hands of the Gods – at least it feels that way when it has been a long day and I am...
Health Spa, India

Health Spa, India

I have received two emails from readers, asking me where the Ayurvedic healing spa I visited in India was located. It was a truly beautiful environment , and I understand it is even better now!  The centre is called the Indus Valley Ayurvedic Centre, and the link is  www.ayurindus.com While a part of me is  loath to name my ‘secret’ place, I am delighted that people are investigating a new way of looking after themselves.  Plus, I believe their ethos comes from a good place, and the more people that discover them, the better the world will...
A Good day

A Good day

Today I heard two very special words, “Sold out”. Yup, I phoned the manager of Angus and Robertson at Loganholme to say hi and to check how my book was doing, and she replied “We are sold out!” She is waiting for new funds for the next month so she can order more.  Gotta’ love...
Brisbane News Article

Brisbane News Article

Journalist Jane Scott wrote a nice story for the Brisbane News.  I think she did a great job; she included all the points that I wanted, so I am...
New Facebook Page

New Facebook Page

Exciting news – I have set up a new Facebook page for “The Girl in the Picture“. I have received some lovely letters from women who have connected with the story. Then two days ago, while in an office I showed my book to a lady, who asked to have a look at in while I was in my appointment. When I returned only ten minutes later, she had tears in her eyes, and was affected by something that she had read.  That was the intention of the book – to show that my story is not that spectacular, and it’s very commonality is what we can all relate to. That experience in the office prompted me to set up the facebook page.  I thought it would be a lovely idea for readers who have had similar experiences, to have somewhere that they  can go to share their thoughts, and connect with others. This does not mean that comments are not welcome on this webpage – the more ways we can connect, the better! Judes...

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