Aged care residents get their kit off. Again.

They’re not the first and if I know anything about what goes on in retirement villages, they won’t be the last. Spoiler alert: the characters in my debut novel keep their clothes on. — Read on http://www.theage.com.au/national/victoria/we-laughed-our-heads-off-cheeky-aged-care-calendar-a-hit-20200625-p5566z.html

“The care is just absolutely beautiful”: daughter of Newmarch House praises Anglicare and staff on 7.30 Report – The Donaldson Sisters

“The care is just absolutely beautiful”: daughter of Newmarch House praises Anglicare and staff on 7.30 Report – The Donaldson Sisters — Read on http://www.agedcare101.com.au/the-donaldson-sisters/the-care-is-just-absolutely-beautiful-daughter-of-newmarch-house-praises-anglicare-and-staff-on-7-30-report/ The main character in my first book is an aged care worker. This positive news coming out of the overwhelmingly sad story at Newmarch House is very much consistent withContinue reading ““The care is just absolutely beautiful”: daughter of Newmarch House praises Anglicare and staff on 7.30 Report – The Donaldson Sisters”

Prologue – after the funeral

Here is an excerpt from a manuscript I’ve been working on this year. Let me know what you think… Lisa turns into her street, presses the remote, and the garage door slides upwards. The replacement panels have blended well and unless you know where to look, you can’t see where the car hit. She gazesContinue reading “Prologue – after the funeral”