Elaine Forrestal

Monthly Archives: April 2016

Walking the History/Fiction Tightrope

Splicing history with fiction has always created a difficult balancing act. And yet I still firmly believe that historical fiction is by far the best […]

On Wings of Steel has flown the coup

Recently my NLA Publishing editor and I finished our work on the new manuscript, On Wings of Steel. Our ‘baby’ has now moved on into […]

Being There

The internet is a wonderful tool for researchers like me. But no matter how detailed the description or how close-up the photographs, they can not show […]

The Greater Geraldton Region

When I saw the students, all in their uniforms, chasing, somersaulting, play-fighting on the square patch of bright green grass – the only splash of […]