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Members Acknowledgments

 

Lyn Bodycoat

A Rough Road and Moments at Marathon, by Lyn Bodycoat, both tell stories about life in Western Australia during the nineteen twenties and thirties, when settlement was in its infancy and individuals overcame adversity in their struggles to carve out a living. The two stories are a testament to the human spirit, though happiness abounds amidst hardship. Both are ghost memoirs as I recount the stories told to me by my grandmother, in A Rough Road, and then by my father in Moments at Marathon.

I am currently writing a work of fiction, full of suspense and intrigue, and enjoying the process!  

Find out more about Lyn's books on the following site

https://www.linellenpress.bigpixie.com/meet-lyn-bodycoat.html

 

Shirley Rowland

A long-time member of several writing groups, I joined my first one in 1998. I joined The Society of Women Writers WA in August 2010.

I write short stories in a variety of genres, dabble in poetry and have attempted several novels. My short stories have been published in twenty-four group anthologies to date.

I have just self-published my first novel, Return to Crossways on amazon.com.  It is a romantic home-coming story set in rural Australia. More information can be found on my website at www.shirleyrowland.wordpress.com

 

Asha Rajan

Asha is a writer of fiction and creative non-fiction. She is currently working on a novelette that grew from a series of flash fiction pieces. Asha is published in a variety of places including Modern LossPANKDead Housekeeping, YeahWrite and SheKnows.

She blogs at https://asharajanwriter.wordpress.com.

You can follow Asha on Twitter @asha_on_45.

 

 

Updated  25th August 2021