The journey to finishing my novel
Updated: May 22
A while back I started writing a novel as part of my Masters in Creative Writing.
After a few transmigrations, and much help from a very generous tutor and writing group, I am in now up to my elbows in metaphorical mud, deep in editing mode, moulding the 90,000 words into a shape that has compelling characters, enough suspense, spooky settings and red herrings to make you want to turn the page. I'll keep you updated.
LOGLINE: When a young city journalist is banished to a remote timber-milling town in WA, she must face the ghosts of her assault by a powerful politician to expose a local woman’s killer.