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CHRISTMAS WITH… Louise Reynolds

December 19, 2015 // 1 Comment

  CHRISTMAS WITH… Louise Reynolds What are your plans for Christmas 2015? I’ll be spending time relaxing with friends, catching up on some writing projects, reading, and having fun out and about in Melbourne – see gifts question below 🙂 Tell us about a usual Christmas in your [...]

A to Z AUSSIE ROMANCE: R

September 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

  Red Dirt Duchess Louise Reynolds When English society playboy Jonathan Hartley-Huntley is sent to outback Australia after a disastrous affair with his editor, all he wants is to take a few pictures, do a quick interview and get back to his usual life of luxury as soon as possible. Until he [...]

AUSSIE MONTH: Louise Reynolds

January 14, 2015 // 0 Comments

  AUSSIE MONTH with Louise Reynolds   Describe yourself in one word: Passionate   What is your background with regard to writing? I’m a scribbler from way back but only got serious in 2010. My first book Her Italian Aristocrat was a finalist in the Valerie Parv Award and luckily [...]

CHRISTMAS EXTRAVAGANZA: Louise Reynolds

December 14, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Mistletoe Madness with Louise Reynolds   What are your plans for Christmas 2014? We’ve got a lovely drawn out celebration this year, kicking off early December with family visiting from interstate for five days. Soon after we head north ourselves to celebrate with more extended family [...]

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT: Louise Reynolds

August 21, 2014 // 1 Comment

AUTHOR SPOTLIGHT Louise Reynolds   Describe yourself in one word: Imaginative What is your background with regard to writing? I have no particular training. I was good at English at school, managed half an Arts degree with an English major and did a couple of creative writing courses. Learning [...]

AT MY DESK: Louise Reynolds

August 20, 2014 // 4 Comments

At My Desk Louise Reynolds   Welcome to my writing space! The truth is I don’t need a lot of space to write. I don’t use whiteboards to plot, or need my hero and heroine’s picture pinned to a physical noticeboard (thank you Pinterest!). For me it’s about sound or rather, the absence of [...]

AusRomToday August Book Club

August 1, 2014 // 0 Comments

  Luna Tango Alli Sinclair Journalist Dani McKenna delves into the world of tango to expose the decades of lies and deception that threaten three generations of her family. She’s desperate to understand the reason her mother abandoned her twenty years ago to become a world-class tango [...]