Beyond the Crossing

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In 'Beyond the Crossing', Liz and her partner Martin, lived together in Melbourne in the early 1970s. Nearly everyone was attending antiwar protests and smoking dope in dimly lit folk clubs. They found they had inadvertently joined the rat race and decided to move to outback Australia and work in an Aboriginal community. It changes their lives forever. More
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About Lorraine Watts

Lorraine Watts lives in Busselton, Western Australia, with her husband Tom. Prior to 2010, her career in the public sector included senior positions with the Departments of Education, Training, Culture and the Arts, Disabilities and lastly with the Department for Communities. These roles enabled Lorraine to travel throughout much of regional West Australia. It greatly increased her awareness and love of the regional, rural, and remote parts of Australia. She has three adult sons and two young grandsons. Lorraine's interests include blogging, reading, tutoring adult literacy, and social networking. She is currently the Real Estate Writer for the Busselton Dunsborough/Margaret River Augusta Times and does freelance business writing on demand.

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Kylie Taylor reviewed on on May 29, 2014

I love hearing stories about the outback so thank you, Lorraine. It was cute seeing the relationship between Liz and Mike develop through their online dialogue and watch as the number of xxx (kisses) increased. I hope they ended up together in Queensland.
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Wendy Beach reviewed on on May 29, 2014

Hi Lorraine,

I enjoyed the story about a woman who is so enthusiastic about the outback that, perhaps, her one chance at a new relationship is lost because of it. Or, maybe not- the last line changed everything (great twist) and I like that the ending is open. You have done well and made me smile. Now I have to wonder if she will take a new journey, find another person to date in Perth or spend the next couple of years chatting to Mike online! Smart.
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Alexandra Davies reviewed on on May 28, 2014

I enjoyed this story about Liz, reflecting on her time in Aboriginal communities as she builds a new relationship. I especially like the rich stories of Liz's developing connection with the Aboriginal characters and what it shows her about herself.
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