From my earliest years I preferred to play with Barbie dolls rather than baby dolls because I could create a cast of characters and force them to live out my fantasies.
An avid reader from the dawn of time, I love contemporary romance, vintage romance, fantasy romance, scifi romance, historical romance, mystery romance, dystopian romance…you’re probably picking up a theme here.
There is one thing I absolutely insist on in my books, both reading and writing and that is a happy ending. It’s natural that I should gravitate to Romance because that is the key selling point – a happy ever after!
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I live in the beautiful Macedon Ranges in Victoria on a few acres, with my husband, two young adult sons, and black lab.
My current series are the Christie Ryan Romantic Mysteries (small town, seaside settings) and the Doctor Grok’s Peculiar Shop paranormal shorts. My short contemporary romance – The Jade Heart – is in the RWA anthology Little Gems: Jade.
Apart from writing, I read as much as possible, love music, good wine and company, animals of all kinds, and visiting future settings for books.
I’m a member of Romance Writers Australia and Australian Romance Readers Assoc.
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S M Spencer grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area where she rode horses along the beaches and across the tops of the rolling coastal hills of California. In the 1980s she was offered a job in Australia, the beginning of an adventure of which she has never tired. Still living in Australia, she writes from the semi-rural home she shares with her husband, horses, cats and dogs, as well as the kangaroos that pass through on nearly a daily basis.
She writes clean contemporary small town romance, as well as YA paranormal romance.
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Heidi Wessman Kneale is an Australian Fantasy Romance author best known for her escapist fiction. When not indulging in her love of Romance, she’s an ambidextrous polymath by day and conceptual astronomer by night, (as that’s the best time to be an astronomer).
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