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Guest Blog – Karly Lane

Tuesday, 08 January 2013 by

Today I have the wonderful Karly Lane over for a chat. Her new book Bridies Choice is out now (and on its way to me in the post. Hurry up Mr Postman). I can’t wait to see what Karly has cooked up for us again. I’m sure there will be plenty of laugh out loud moments. Thanks for being my first guest blogger for 2013, Karly! It’s so good to be back here on Fee’s blog, it’s been a while. Life gets so hectic and time flies; before we know it another year’s gone just like that! (I couldn’t agree more!) But it got me thinking about my journey so far and I have to say it’s really great to take a minute and look back at how far we’ve come. I remember buying Fiona’s first book, The Family Farm, along with Fleur McDonalds Red Dust and loving that finally there was some rural fiction

Karly Lane – Guest Blog

Sunday, 29 April 2012 by

I’m very excited to bring you author of rural romance (with suspense) the lovely Karly Lane. Author of North Star and new release Morgan’s Law. It’s out now, just in time for Mothers Day!! I can’t wait to get my hands on a copy!  As I read I can hear Karly’s voice and her humour coming through the words on the page. Always a delight.  Now I’ll let Karly tell us about her new book…… It’s really lovely to be dropping by to chat with you and your readers, Fee, about my new release Morgan’s Law. Thanks so much for asking me. Well, book two! I’m so excited to be releasing another book—but it just doesn’t lose that nerve wracking, happy, sick, nervous felling that goes along with a new release coming out does it? (I totally hear you, about those nerves Karly :/ ) Morgan’s Law is another rural community based story, and centres around Sarah Murphy who is

Writing spaces – part 1

Monday, 12 September 2011 by

I don’t know about you guys, but I love getting glimpses into writers lives. It’s one of the reasons I love reading the acknowledgements in the books I love.  So this is what inspired the next few blogs on ‘writing spaces’.  I have asked a few of my writing friends for a snap shot into their lives and of the special place where our characters are born and our stories are made. My first author is Nicole Alexander, writer of The Bark Cutters and A Changing Land. She is not just a writer but a fourth generation grazier working on her family property which is located 110 km north west of Moree and 100 km west of Goondiwindi near the NSW QLD border.   Nicole: “As I’m easily distracted I make sure I can’t look directly out a window, hence my corner position. Having said that when the floods were on in January I did keep my eyes glued

Karly Lane

Monday, 16 May 2011 by

Today i’m so excited to have Karly Lane as my guest blogger. ( Or Karlene Blakemore Mowle for her Wild Rose and Eternal Press books) Karly lives on the beautiful Mid North Coast of NSW in Australia.  She is a mother of four children, (she needs an award right there just for that)  and works part time as a pathology collector by day in between writing her wonderful romance suspence books. When I read Karly’s books, I can picture her so easily as the humor in her books is Karly to a T. Such a lovely funny person who i’m glad to have met and looking forward to catching up with again. Thank you Karly for taking the time out to answer a few of my questions today.  Firstly I’m interested in how you came by the idea for North Star. Its different from your two other books Operation Summer Storm and Fallout. (I really enjoyed OSS

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