A novel in two parts that links the migrant experience with the quintessential Australian way of life.
Four adult siblings meet at their childhood holiday home for their mother's funeral.
A novelist travels to a Mediterranean island hoping to revive his career. Inspiration presents itself in the story of a village boy who disappeared 20 years before.
A besotted photojournalist takes weeks to realize the dangers a mysterious woman can plunge him into.
He saw her on his honeymoon. He laid her haunting 25 years later.
St Luke the Evangelist was not who everyone has thought for centuries. A wild chase through Europe and the Middle East solves the ancient conundrum.
Venice holds the secret left behind after Richard Wagner died there in 1883.
Rereading favourite books (PWF)
Read a review of this book here http://maureenhelen.com/death-in-malta-a-review
Quarterly Essay 57 Dear Life: On Caring for the Elderly by Karen Hitchcock, http://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B00O4TGMG4/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_Uftlwb08ZH5ZG
How to Get Out of Your Own Way and Unblock the “Spiritual Electricity” of Creative Flow | Brain Pickings
How to dispose of unwanted books http://maureenhelen.com/how-to-dispose…unwanted-books/
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Blog post - review of Tiddas
Australian Women Writers Challenge 2014 http://australianwomenwriters.com/2014-challenge/
The Golden Age by Joan London