The 23rd Of June

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The Queensland sun does things to people. Everybody is tanned, relaxed and wants to talk. I hear the most amazing things. It was all about love and the water. More
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Words: 2,170
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458140081
About Kurt Ulmer

I have one grandfather who was a builder. My other grandfather was a stonemason and my father was a traditional blacksmith. Both my grandmothers had cooked for a living, one in a hotel and the other for well-to-do people. A career in construction or perhaps engineering or catering would have been obvious choices.
Instead, I spent 20 years in business and in mid life retrained myself. I chose to work with my hands as my father and grandparents had. I become a renowned woodcraftsman and founded with my wife an art and craft gallery in a Tasmanian tourist town. After 20 years there, we followed our children to mainland Australia to retire on Victoria’s Bellarine Peninsula. I took up writing seriously in 2003.
Working with their hands, creating and shaping materials has occupied my forebear. From stone, to iron, to wood. Now I spend my time putting pen to paper. The medium is getting softer.

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Review by: Therese Bryant on May 10, 2011 : (no rating)
This style of writing makes me feel that I am there in the moment listening to the story of the lives of Helen and David, while enjoying the restaurant menue! How exciting that history is repeating itself.

I loved the style of writing in that there was the introduction then a gap in spacing which allowed the reader to encapture the love story of the main characters.

Well done Kurt.
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Review by: Ernest Winchester on April 30, 2011 :
A rather sweet story but very muddled by the experimental formatting. Hard to follow, forcing me to re-read several sentences to see who was talking.
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