Monthly Archives: March 2012

Cave Hill Book Cover

The Cave Hill book cover shows the expedition route through the Ka Ka Mundi section of Carnarvon NP. It indicates the location of Mt. Mooloolong and Cave Hill which both figure prominently in the story. The map was drawn for the … Continue reading

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Cave Hill eBook

Today I have been notified there are problems with the eBook version of Cave Hill. Hope it is sorted soon. Will do another post when it is sorted out. The print version is available through Strictly Literary or Lulu. I … Continue reading

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Cave Hill does exist

The story of Cave Hill is set in the Carnarvon Ranges. Cave Hiil and Mt. Mooloolong that feature in the story both exist in the Ka Ka Mundi section of Carnarvon National Park. The dome  shaped Cave Hill overlooking Cave … Continue reading

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Cave Hill in print

Today I received the first two print copies of Cave Hill. After all the creative effort  and research work that went into the production it is great to see the finished product. I know I am not a young author … Continue reading

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Cave Hill published

My new novel Cave Hill was published yesterday by Strictly Literary. It is available as print on demand from Lulu. Just use this address  http://www.lulu.com/product/paperback/cave-hill/18938577?productTrackingContext=author_spotlight_2638583_ It will also be available as an eBook with Google Books and Amazon.com  shortly. The landscape setting … Continue reading

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Carnarvon Gorge – a favourite place

Carnarvon Gorge is one of my favourite places. I first took Mt. Gravatt High School students there in 1966. We were all thrilled at the spectacular landscape. M family and my father-in law were with us.We got stranded by heavy … Continue reading

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I write about landscape

As with my previous novel, Banksia, the new novel, Cave Hill, is about landscape. In Banksia the landscape is entirely imagined with its own topographic and geological maps that are meant to inform the reader as well as elaborate the … Continue reading

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