AUSSIE MONTH with Noelle Clark

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AUSSIE MONTH with Noelle Clark

Describe yourself in one word:
Determined.

Tell us about Honor’s Legacy: Winds of Change:
Honor’s Legacy is Book 3 of my Robinhill Farm Series. Each of the books are standalone novels, yet are set over an eight year period where we see the same characters grow and change. In this last one of the series, I introduce two new characters who, through serendipitous ways, meet on Robinhill Farm. The Aussie link, begun in Book 1, continues with an Australian stockman who is trying to start afresh after some traumatic years on his farm.

What inspired this novel?
The series was inspired by my own Irish roots, and a visit to my cousins in Ireland. It’s interesting to see the similarities in blood relatives who are separated by culture, distance, and time.

What are you reading right now?
I have several books on the go right now: Kate Furnivall’s ‘The Italian Wife’; Susanne Bellamy’s ‘Second Chance Love’; and Annie Seaton’s ‘Kakadu Sunset’.

Number one thing to do on your bucket list?
Revisit Capri, Italy, and stay there for a week or two.

Best thing about being an Aussie?
Our freedom and way of life.

What you want readers to know about the romance genre?
Romance books are a slice of life. Characters hurt, they face challenges, and they have to make decisions. Romance books offer hope and provide an uplifting ending for readers who identify with the issues faced by the characters.

What have you got in store for your readers in 2016?
I’m excited to say that I will be Book #13 in the Bindarra Creek Romance series. My story – Buckley’s Chance – will be out in July. I have a few other projects that will come to fruition this year.

What were your big achievements of 2015?
Writing two long novels, two novellas, and learning how to self-publish my books after one of my US publishers closed its doors, are major achievements in a year that threw multiple personal challenges my way.

 

 

Honor’s Legacy: Winds of Change
Noelle Clark

Australian stockman, Dylan Thompson, has had enough of farming. He seeks greener pastures and stumbles upon Robinhill Farm in beautiful Ireland. It’s there that he meets the beautiful young nanny, Ellen O’Malley. He’s intrigued by her but it’s clear she wants nothing to do with him.

Despite her vulnerable-looking exterior, Ellen O’Malley is tough. She’s had to be. All her life she’s had to struggle against not fitting in. The cruel and lonely hand she’s been dealt has made her mistrustful of many, and extremely loyal to a few.

Is it just coincidence that Ellen and Dylan meet? Or could it be part of the magic of Honor’s legacy?

In this tale of redemption, forgiveness, love, and letting go, Dylan and Ellen come to terms with their past.  Under the watchful eye of loved ones they slowly learn how to put their demons to bed and embrace a future full of promise.

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1 Comment on AUSSIE MONTH with Noelle Clark

  1. noelleclarkblog // February 1, 2016 at 11:49 am // Reply

    Thanks so much for spotlighting me on the Aussie Month.

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