Attic Whispers brought to you from Coronavirus ISOLATION (Month 2) [APRIL 2020 EDITION]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!Like most of you, my wife and I have settled into our new ‘Covid-19 Isolation Lockdown routine’ in our home up here in the Blue Mountains. Fortunately, we are experiencing a wonderful autumn at the moment, which makes staying at home and spending time in our garden a delight that lifts the spirit.As many of you are, like me, spending a lot more time at home, I thought that it would be nice ... Read more →

Attic Whispers & Crime of the Month brought to you from Coronavirus ISOLATION [March 2020]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!How quickly times can change. Since our last newsletter a month ago, the world is no longer the same, and we are all living in a new reality. Our spaceship is in the grip of an unprecedented world-wide pandemic, and each and every one of us has a role to play in fighting this. How well we do this will determine how, and when, we’ll get through the crisis. Now more than ever, ... Read more →

Readers’ Favorite Review of The Curious Case of the Missing Head

5 Star Review of ‘The Curious Case of the Missing Head’ from Readers’ Favorite~Reviewed by K.C. Finn for Readers’ FavoriteThe Curious Case of the Missing Head is a work of thriller fiction set in the medical sub-genre and was penned by author Gabriel Farago. This involved and cunning mystery is a standalone novel, but it also features as the fifth book in the Jack Rogan Mysteries series. In this particular adventure, the Australian journalist Jack Rogan finds himself derailed once ... Read more →

Attic Whispers and Hooked on Classics [February 2020 Edition]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!And then the rains came ...What a difference a few weeks can make! Most of the dreadful fires on the east coast of Australia have been extinguished, and after several months of fighting monster blazes, the firefighters can finally take a much deserved rest. The dams are filling up, the waterfalls are cascading again, and the long road to recovery has begun.Unfortunately, however, the long overdue monsoon rains coming down from the tropics ... Read more →

Attic Whispers from the Blue Mountains [January 2020 Edition]

Thousands of volunteer firefighters battled these blazes for weeks, but unfortunately, many of them were just too big and out of control. Firefighters from around the globe reached out, and came to help. The US and Canada in particular, sent most needed assistance and the firefighters were welcomed with open arms.This deserves a big Thank You! for a helping hand when it was needed most.Up here at home in the Blue Mountains, we were surrounded by huge fires for several weeks ... Read more →
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