A True Australian

My guest today is a lovely lady and talented Author. Welcome, Heather Garside. 

                                                                                 

Heather

BIO: Heather grew up on a cattle property in Central Queensland and now lives with her husband on a beef and grain farm in the same area. She has two adult children.

She has previously published three historical romances and has helped to write and produce several compilations of short stories and local histories. The Cornstalk was a finalist in the 2008 Booksellers’ Best Award, Long Historical category, for romance books published in the USA. Breakaway Creek was a finalist in the QWC/Hachette Manuscript Development Program and is her latest release. It is a rural romance with a dual timeline.

She works part time at the local library, at home on the farm and helps produce a local monthly newsletter, amongst other voluntary activities.

Blurb – Breakaway CreekBC Ebook Cover_opt

Two city women, a century apart, find love and adventure in the Queensland outback.

Betrayed by her boyfriend, Shelley Blake escapes the city on a quest to unravel a century-old family mystery.  Her search takes her to a remote cattle station run by Luke Sherman.

Shelley and Luke try to resist their mutual attraction as he fights to reclaim his children from a broken marriage, and Shelley uncovers the truth about her ancestors, Alex and Emma.

Emma’s story of racial bigotry and a love that transcends all obstacles unfolds in the pioneering days of the 1890s.

Shelley and Emma are separated by time but they’re bound by a dark secret to a place called Breakaway Creek.

Buy Link: http://clandestinepress.com.au/content/breakaway-creek

For more info on this fabulous lady visit:

http://www.heathergarside.com

http://www.heathergarside.wordpress.com

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Images of Heather, her horse and property

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10 thoughts on “A True Australian

  1. Thank you for sharing Heather’s story and her writing, Susan.
    We do enjoy so many books set in America but we especially enjoy books set in our own country of Australia. Congratulations, Heather. I look forward to reading Breakaway Creek.

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