It’s the aftermath of the Second World War in the lush valley of Karrana, a fictional town on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia.
At a victory dance, Bridie meets and falls in love with Will from the other side of the river. Both lack life experience and contentment within their families. Bridie feels powerless when confronted with family and social obstacles to her dreams of a life with her chosen partner.
This narrative parallels that of Australia at the end of the forties, moving forward, through conflict and passion, towards a more tolerant and liberated future, especially for women. It resembles a Coming of Age novel from an historical perspective.
Anne Skyvington’s blog ‘The Craft of writing’; is a skilfully crafted and substantial writing resource. The blog journals her entire ‘decade and a half long’ experience learning about the digital landscape. Beginning as a complete Internet novice at the age of 60, the historical posts will you take you on Anne’s own digital skill discovery journey, one that lands her here. Anne is now 75 years old and definitely deserving of the title ‘Expert” in the Digital Self Publishing Arena.
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