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GUEST BLOG: Fleur McDonald, author of Emerald Springs, on remembering who you are

‘Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?’

That’s a quote by Danielle LaPorte and it’s one of my favourites. 864 more words

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Review: Emerald Springs by Fleur McDonald

Emerald Springs
Fleur McDonald
Allen & Unwin
2015, 362p
Copy courtesy of the publisher

Amelia Bennett has finished university and returned to her small home town. 1,005 more words

GUEST BLOG: What I've been reading by Fleur McDonald; author of Emerald Springs

Fleur McDonald is one of Australia’s leading female rural lit authors, with her books becoming best sellers almost as quickly as they hit the shelves. She shares the books she’s been reading, in the lead up to April release of her new novel… 834 more words

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Author: Fleur McDonald
Allen & Unwin RRP $29.99
Review: Monique Mulligan

Once again Fleur McDonald gives a voice to issues facing people in the outback, with her latest release  736 more words

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Meet the Author: Fleur McDonald

FLEUR’S TOP WRITING TIP: Keep trying and doing what you love. You may never get picked up, but you might too. The most important thing is that you’re doing something you really enjoy.

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Book Talk with Fleur McDonald

Last Monday I caught up with this lovely, talented author at the Gosnells Knowledge Centre in Perth. I have followed Fleur’s writing career since 2009, where she’s gone from a humble ‘Friday Pitch’ to a best-selling Rural Romance author. 474 more words


Writers On Reading Blog Series: Fleur McDonald, Author Of Crimson Dawn

This week I welcome to the blog Fleur McDonald who has just released her fifth Rural Fiction novel Crimson Dawn, following the success of  862 more words