BCC library stocks Cave Hill

Well it took a bit of lobbying by several of my readers but finally BCC has added Cave Hill to the books in their catalogue. Readers may now borrow it at no cost. Of course hard copies are still available from me if someone wants to purchase a copy, also from Strictly Literary, the publicher, and online purchase as an ebook is possible through Amazon Books.
Cave Hill is a literary novel that breaks the genre rules in that part I is written as a first person memoir and part II is a third person narrative. The basic theme is to do with the outdoors in education and connection we build with wild landscape. It is also intended to help the reader understand Australian aboriginal connection to country, and how we should respect that. Members of the Bidjara and Garinbal nations who have native title claims over the Carnarvon Range area where the story is set have enjoyed reading Cave Hill, and expressed their appreciation to me.

About rpsimson1936

Retired geography and outdoor education teacher who loves orienteering and writes novels.
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