Thank you for your interest in my books and myself.
Between teaching distance ed, working on the land and taking care of my family I write fantasy fiction.
Writing is a good way to get away from the drought we are suffering here in Outback Queensland.
We based are in the Sunshine State of Australia and run a large cattle station.
My first novel Australian Magic has been on Smashwords since May 2014 and the second book, Australian Earth and Fire, has been out since July 13 2014. The third book almost finished but needs fine tuning (i.e. grammar and spell checks),
it'll come on pre order soon.
Just a quick note for the people that have been in contact:
I am rather overwhelmed with the amazing responses I've gotten, thank you!
If you haven't read them yet well,. . .
If anyone tells you book two is better I am not offended but pleased that they liked number one enough to get the second book !!
Honestly, this story has taken a life of its own, I never meant to publish it.
Now I take better care of the story that has become such an unexpected, large part of my life.
Thank you for looking me up and enjoy.
(and if you have some spare time let me know what you thought)
Where to find Gabriëlle Monego online
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Australian Earth and Fire
Caught in a magical war to save Australia M lost her dad, found trouble and became The Mediator. Protocol is out the door and tact left with it. The dwarves need her help because their magic users have been kidnapped. The dragons also requested mediation for the first time ever, they are up against the Unseelie Queen. Australia is in trouble, M is in over her head and things are heating up fast!
Australian Magic, the first part of an epic fantasy series. The world changed, legends came to life and Australia came out better the rest of the world. Humans want to, once again, rule the country like before Anarchy. A young woman is forced to navigate through this turmoil. The Mediator has left her, his daughter, and the races of Australia to fend for themselves while Hell is coming Down Under.
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