SAG Writing Discussion Group

After a break, for Christmas and the New Year, today saw the group meet, for the first time in 2018, we me as the convenor.  It was great to catch-up with everyone after the break and at morning tea, there were many interesting conversations going on. I even got to, finally, meet a cousin, from my Dad's side.

Our guest speaker, today was Jane Eales and she talked about her book, Secrets, Spies and Spotted Dogs.   The title had me intigued, from the start, wondering how they all fitted together. Well I'm not going to tell you, as it will spoil the story.

BUT, I will give you a taste of what it is about.

Imagine you are 19 years old, living away from home and you are asked for your birth certificate. You write to you parents, asking for a copy, only to receive a phone call and the request that you fly home, the next weekend. You duly arrive home, only to be ushered into you father's study and told you are adopted.

So began Jane's story, one of promises made, secrets kept and finding family.

Avaliable on Kindle and through MH Press,  This is a very interesting story on one woman's journey, to find her roots.

The display of Jane's books.

                                                                 Author, Jane Eales.

                                                                   Bye for now,


  1. I have included your blog in INTERESTING BLOGS in FRIDAY FOSSICKING at

    Thank you, Chris

    Thanks for adding to my ever increasing list of 'must read' books... :-)


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