Pepi Spence


Pepi started drawing a sketch of a Chameleon one day and wondered what it would be like if a person had Chameleon like abilities. This notion sparked the concept for her novel 'Chameleon'

Pepi is an Australian author who takes her inspiration from a collaboration of artistic sources and personal experiences.

Books, art and music have always been a great source of comfort and inspiration to Pepi from childhood and throughout her adult life.

Chameleon was initially written in a country farm house located in Bridgetown Western Australia. The idea for the book came to Pepi while she was sitting by a fire place on cold winters night. She simply started writing and found she could not stop. Originally hand written in a leather journal and then several others thereafter, Chameleon soon became a published novel.


Chameleon (Book 1)
Price: $3.00 USD. Words: 146,490. Language: Australian English. Published: May 14, 2013. Categories: Fiction » Women's fiction » General, Fiction » Fantasy » Contemporary
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There are species living among us in this world that are not human. 22-year-old Clare Emmerson is one of them. Forced to run from brutal authorities who desperately want and will do anything to acquire her kind’s miraculous healing secrets for themselves, Clare's life is in serious danger and she is left fighting for her survival at all costs.

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