Rosanne Dingli

Biography

Rosanne Dingli is an award-winning Western Australian novelist, author of Death in Malta, According to Luke, Camera Obscura, The Hidden Auditorium, four collections of short stories and a book of collected poems.

She has had numerous articles, stories, reviews, columns and poems published Australia-wide and on the internet since 1986. She has worked as teacher, lecturer, workshop coordinator, magazine and corporate editor, travel consultant, cook, manuscript assessor, heraldic artist and business partner.

Travels in Italy, the UK, Turkey, Greece, South East Asia, Holland, and Belgium, as well as most Australian states have informed this author's writing.

Where to find Rosanne Dingli online


Where to buy in print


Books

The Red Volkswagen and other stories
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Price: Free! Words: 22,980. Language: English. Published: October 31, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literary collections » Australian & Oceanian
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Rosanne Dingli's popular car short stories are collected in this bumper edition. Enjoy five stories packed with memorable characters, events, and locations ... and cars.
The Day of the Bird
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Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 55,720. Language: English. Published: September 2, 2012. Category: Fiction » Literary collections » European / General
This bumper collection of short stories consists of the entire contents of Over and Above (2011) and Vision or Delusion (2010), now both out of print.

Rosanne Dingli’s tag cloud

atmospheric    audi    automotive    bmw    europe    exotic locations    folklore    mens adventure    mens dating    mens romance    mercedes    porsche    romance    volkswagen   

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Smashwords book reviews by Rosanne Dingli

  • The Nude on Nov. 16, 2009
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    This is a very well written, short and sharp story that is very engaging. It has all the rhythms of a very experienced writer. Do not skip over this one. Well done, Lawrence Thomas.
  • The Dark Side on Nov. 22, 2011

    This is tight, breathless writing that carries the reader to the end... and rewards with a good last line. No cliched twists for this capable writer. Well done.
  • The Visitation on Oct. 15, 2013

    Brian Bigelow builds tension on top of emotion in this very brief but powerful story of love, loss, and redemption. Simple things like a cup of tea or the page of a book become charged with the loneliness of this widower, whose name readers do not know, but to whose feelings they can relate.