I’m happy to make a virtual appearance at any book club meeting! We can do this via Zoom, Skype, FaceTime, or whatever technology suits you. If you’re in Sydney, I may even be able to make an in-person visit.
Contact me about booking a free online author event for your book club, bookstore or library group. Of course you’re welcome to join me at any of my upcoming events, including my monthly online Write Together sessions.
Below you’ll find book club discussion guides for each of my books, as well as cocktail pairings for an extra special book club session.
How to Be Australian
When Ashley persuades her new husband Steve to leave snowy Canada and join her for a year Down Under, she looks forward to an easy transition. After all, Australia’s just Canada with more sunshine and strange animals, right? A remarkable memoir, at once familiar and faraway, that shines a fresh, funny and fascinating light onto the country we think we know.
Fancy a lemon myrtletini? Check out the cocktail pairings here >>
My Name Is Revenge
On 17 December 1980, at 9:47 am, two men shot the Turkish consul-general to Sydney and his bodyguard near the consul’s home in Vaucluse. The assassins aimed, fired, and vanished.
A literary thriller novella set in 1980s Sydney and drawn from true events, including a series of international terrorist attacks, My Name Is Revenge is the story of a young man seeking justice. Three essays delving into the history behind these events accompany the novella.