Marlo Louise Muller

Biography

I began writing Jacinta's Destiny after my second trip to Bali. The culture and traditions of the island fascinated me and my research into this, lead me to writing my book. Little did I know at the time that years later I would marry the love of my life, who happened to be Balinese. We live a crazy, busy life travelling backwards and forwards from Australia and Bali.

Smashwords Interview

When you're not writing, how do you spend your time?
My time is spent juggling raising my three sons, spending quality time with my husband, working and catching up with friends and family. As my husband is Balinese we spend a lot of time overseas in his homeland, doing much the same thing as we do in Australia. I have three step daughters who I love as if I gave birth to them. When we are in Bali we spend all our time with them, doing school runs, practising english and enjoying our time together. I write in between all of this.
When did you first start writing?
I have always written in a journal, short stories and poems. It wasn't until 2008 that I embarked on writing a full length novel. I experienced a moment that led to me writing Jacinta's Destiny. I was on holiday in Bali with girlfriends, prior to meeting my husband. We had been sitting at the beach, enjoying the amazing sunset when I suddenly experienced a daydream. Then the tears started and they didn't stop for two weeks. I had returned to Australia and my doctor had become involved as I could not explain why suddenly I would start crying and could not stop. Then one day, it just hit me. I was to write the daydream I experienced in Bali down on paper. And Jacinta's Destiny was born.
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Books

Jacinta's Destiny
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 83,020. Language: English. Published: January 19, 2012. Category: Fiction » Women's fiction » Chick lit
Jacinta's Destiny is a story of deep friendships, heartbreaking loss and perfect love. Unable to recover from the incapacitating grief which had consumed her since the sudden loss of her loved ones, those closest to Jacinta take her to Bali, an island close to her heart in an attempt to find acceptance and peace.

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