I am a librarian, author, editor, presenter, history buff and animal lover. I have been addicted to reading since I was 12 when I picked up a copy of “Jane Eyre” at my aunty’s place. This led me to “Wuthering Heights” and “Pride and Prejudice” and then I discovered Georgette Heyer’s books and I was hooked. I haven’t stopped reading ever since. My passion for books led directly to my career choice. I thought that since I already spent so much time in the library, I might as well make a living there. It’s a choice I have never regretted. My job allows me to help people and I’m always learning new things: a perfect fit for me. I also love to write, both fiction and non-fiction, and I will be making these works available on this website. I also enjoy presenting papers at conferences and have had some articles published in professional journals
How do you discover the ebooks you read?
I look for books in my favourite genres. I also like to listen to talking books, so that is a big selling point with me.
Do you remember the first story you ever wrote?
The first story I remember writing was published in my school's magazine. It was about a girl who was trapped in a cathedral as a result of n earthquake. I've always liked disaster and dystopian stories, even then.
Racism, radio and the legacy of war.
Beginning with a family historian’s search for a lost relative, Until the Rivers Run Still recounts a tragic love story set in the world of radio in Sydney of the 1950’s.