Monday, June 7, 2021

Update

 I've finished, I've finished. lol. One more read over and it'll be winging its way to my editor. 

I've decided to stick with the title I mentioned back in April, as it suits the works down to a key. Outback Secrets. With lots of twists, mystery, and hidden secrets the characters have a lot to deal with as well as their blossoming romance.

I'm off to do some more reading/editing. Have a great day.

Suzanne :) x


Sunday, April 25, 2021

Anzac Day in Australia

 

ANZAC Day – 25 April – is the anniversary of the landing of our troops from Australia and New Zealand on the Gallipoli Peninsula, Turkey, in World War I.

On April 25, 1915, Australian troops landed on the Gallipoli Peninsula, a site they were advised 'a friendly beach.'

For the men and women who displayed great courage, discipline and self-sacrifice in serving our country.
ANZAC (Australian and New Zealand Army Corps) Day.

A very interesting read. 

THE BATTLE OF GALLIPOLI

In 1915, Australia along with its Allies  Britain, France and Russia, Italy, and Japan were at war, fighting Germany, the Ottoman Empire aka Turkey, and Austria-Hungary. Most people think of World War 1 of fighting the Germans in the trenches across France. But Russia was also under attack from Turkey in the Caucasus. To aid their plight the Allies devised a plan to distract Turkey by attacking the Gallipoli Peninsula, on Turkey's Aegean coast. By taking control of this strip of land they would have control of a strait of water called the Dardanelles and lay siege to Turkey's main city, Istanbul (then Constantinople).

A DISASTER UNFOLDS

The troops were advised that the beach was friendly. Under misdirection, around 20,000 soldiers landed on the beach, but they landed in the wrong place. With steep cliffs and the fire of the enemy surrounding them, they fought for several months but couldn't make any leeway. There wasn't anywhere to go, so they dug in and copped the brunt of the Turks. Thousands of Aussies and Kiwi soldiers died, not only from the battle but from disease caused by the living conditions.

This disaster gave birth to the Aussie Digger, a courageous battler who faced inconceivable odds with humour, courage and mate ship. Eventually the troops were withdrawn but nothing was accomplished.  It was from here that the legend of the Aussie Digger spread throughout the world.






AT THE GOING DOWN OF THE SUN AND IN THE MORNING WE SHALL REMEMBER THEM.


LEST WE FORGET

Sunday, April 4, 2021

Update

 


Most of my novels have been best sellers on Amazon Au and I'd like to thank you for all your support. It means so much. 

With covid on the run and the recent flooding in the area I've kept a low profile. Mind you I've been busy writing.

Writing a new manuscript is often challenging, but when I have a basic plot and the characters in place, the story moves forward. At times I have a few subplots, and know where the story will go although sometimes when writing it begins to write itself.

I'm about halfway through this next manuscript and I do have a list of titles although I'm thinking Outback Secrets. I'm not 100% sure as yet. 

The News page on my website will announce any new releases, or generally anything that's happening in my writing world. 

I do hope you are keeping safe and well during our trying times.

Suzanne x :)