Attic Whispers from the Blue Mountains [September 2021 Edition]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!It’s always nice to begin with some good news, and I am pleased to tell you that I have plenty wonderful news to share with you this month. And best of all, not only are you all part of it, but none of it would not have been possible without your wonderful support. I therefore look at anything we achieve together as a team effort.You will remember that in July the USA TODAY ... Read more →
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A Major Literary Award for The Lost Symphony

Exciting News! The Lost Symphony has just been declared 2021 Readers' Favorite Gold Medal Winner in the Fiction - Mystery - Historical genre.This is what one of the reviewers for Readers' Favorite had to say about The Lost Symphony:Review Rating: 5 StarsThe Lost Symphony: A Historical Mystery Thriller is the sixth book in the Jack Rogan Mysteries by Gabriel Farago, and you don’t need to have read the previous books in the series to enjoy this spellbinding story. Jack Rogan ... Read more →
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Attic Whispers from the Blue Mountains [August 2021 Edition]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!Covid 19 has changed our lives, and all of us had to adapt; me too. In many ways, I have been very fortunate because writing is in essence very solitary and self-contained. That said, we are presently in a strict lockdown up here in the Blue Mountains because we are part of greater Sydney which is fighting a serious Covid 19 outbreak right now. For this reason, I had to cancel all travel ... Read more →
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Attic Whispers from the Blue Mountains [July 2021 Edition]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains!I would like to begin this newsletter by sharing something exciting with you, my friends. Because writing is such a solitary endeavour, every writer yearns for recognition. And when that happens, it is both uplifting and rewarding, especially for a thriller-fiction writer like myself, because it makes the countless hours of research, the weeks of being welded to the keyboard, and the intellectual challenge and struggle to make the characterisation, storylines and dialogue ... Read more →
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Attic Whispers from my Attic in the Blue Mountains [June 2021 Edition]

Greetings from my attic in the Blue Mountains.Because all of us are spending more time at home during this dreadful Covid 19 crisis— and obviously reading more—I have received a huge amount of mail from dedicated readers from all over the world, asking questions…Curiously, many of those questions do not relate to my books as such, but are questions about my writing habits. Readers want to know where I do most of my writing, and how I shape my working ... Read more →
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