Was born in South Australia in 1933 and moved to Sydney New South Wales in 1977 now retired and living on the Mid North Coast of NSW. Retired Carpenter and Professional Photographer. Have written poetry, also comedy, and short story children’s books all of which are unfinished and unpublished.
Belinda falls from Santa’s sleigh forty-five kilometres from her destination. Will she find her new owner for whom she is a Christmas present.
There are no boundaries for age and courage.
Bronte is terribly frightened the first time Kosta speaks to her mind—he’s a dog, after all. Turns out that’s nothing compared to the fear she experiences when she learns there’s some kind of secret operation going on practically at her front door. She’s got to stop it somehow to save her country—but who will believe a twelve-year-old and a telepathic dog? What will she have to do to convince the authorities it’s all real? She only has Kosta to turn to and confide in, but what can he do, and at what cost? (Pages 147)
No sooner had they kissed for the first time when tragedy strikes and the girl’s hopes and dreams of becoming a ballet dancer are dashed when both her legs are badly broken in an accident. The girl is convinced it is a bad omen and the boy is blaming himself.