C. Fonseca

Biography

As a small child, C. Fonseca had imaginary friends. She told these friends stories and her family set them places at the dinner table. When she grew up, she lost the imaginary friends but she continued writing stories and poetry.

She was an executive chef for many years until a car accident stopped her in her tracks and forced her to change direction and become a tech geek. She is nowknown in her community as the “help-desk”.

She lives by the sea, with her Kiwi partner of fifteen years and their beloved Burmese cat. She is an expressionist landscape painter and can often be found at a cliff-top platform overlooking the Southern Ocean, daydreaming, plotting and planning her creative adventures.

Where to find C. Fonseca online

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Books

Where the Light Plays
Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 98,620. Language: Australian English. Published: June 1, 2016 by Ylva Publishing. Categories: Fiction » Gay & lesbian fiction » Lesbian
Dr. Caitlin Quinn is a sophisticated, self-assured Irish art historian visiting Australia on sabbatical. That doesn’t mean she can’t enjoy the local scenery—especially sun-kissed Surf Coast artist Andi Rey. Their attraction is unstoppable, but their lives are moving in opposite directions. Andi doesn’t need distractions, and a woman that eschews commitment spells trouble, with a capital “T”.

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