Location, Location, Location: Dianne Gray and Wolf Pear
In case you haven’t seen where I live, check out Francis Guenette’s latest post. She writes about the books she has read and how the location influences writers. What a fantastic idea!
Today, I am delighted to welcome Dianne Gray to my Location Series. I’m not sure how I came upon her novel, Wolf Pear, but wow, am I ever glad I did. Location leaps off the pages and I defy anyone to read this novel and not want to travel to the places this Australian author so skillfully describes. You can find out more about Dianne’s novels by visiting her website. You can also keep up with her doings by taking a hop over to her blog.
Take it away, Dianne!
Every morning I look out from my house and think, how could anyone not write about this place?
I live in a small country town in Tropical Queensland, Australia. The main produce is sugar cane, the scenery is spectacular, and the townsfolk make incredible characters.
Small sugar cane trains chug along the countryside and the fields are lush and…
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