May 2022 NEWSLETTER
Attic Whispers from The Blue Mountains
Autumn is my favourite season(s) of the year. Because we have lots of deciduous trees and shrubs in our cool climate garden up here in the Blue Mountains, the display of colour can be quite dazzling. With striking reds and yellows and many shades of rust and gold, the entire mood in the garden is changing and putting on a stunning display before the bleak winter steps in, banishing all colour and replacing it with monotone hues of grey, shrouded in fog. That too has its charm, but it cannot rival autumn. This is why. Here, let me show you:
The autumn view from my attic where I do most of my writing, is quite something this time of year; have a look.
For these reasons, I’ve decided to approach the sequel to The Death Mask Murders I am working on right now, in the same way.
I am pleased to announce that another novella has just been completed, and will be released shortly!
A Note from the Author
Enjoy the journey!
Leura, Blue Mountains; Australia: 1 February 2022
While all the reviews I’ve received were excellent, one or two always stand out. This is a review from Paul Bennington (UK) one of my dedicated readers and a valued member of my Book Launch Team. This is what Paul had to say:
If any of you are tech-savvy and would like to dabble in a video review like Paul did so ably, I would be absolutely delighted! As a small token of my appreciation, you would receive an Advance Review Copy of The Postmaster of Treblinka, and would of course be in the running for Reader of the Month.
Just another little reminder about the FREE Starter Library which can be downloaded right now by visiting my website and following the prompts.
STAY SAFE, STAY CHEERFUL, and please STAY IN TOUCH.
Author Gabriel Farago