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On the 11th hour of the 11th day in the 11th month We Will Remember Them

On the 11th hour of the 11th day in the 11th month – We Will Remember Them. Lest We Forget. To all that served we owe you gratitude for the sacrifices you have made. To those serving, thank you In Flanders Fields by John McCrae, May 1915 In Flanders fields the poppies blow Between the...

November 9 – A Pivotal Date in German History

November 9 – That date has a huge significance in Germany and to the world. NOVEMBER 9, 1938 November 9, 1938 was when Kristallnacht (The Night of Broken Glass) happened which escalated and led to the Jewish holocaust but it was also the date that changed Eva’s life (in the novel...

Finding Time to Laugh Article I wrote for Women & Words

I’ve written an article for the site Women & Words and I talk about how writers / authors need to give readers a respite from the dark and gritty world with our stories. I also discuss how two of my stories are made into radio plays and how relevant they are today (sexual harassment/...

INTERTWINED SOULS SERIES WINS MORE AWARDS!
Check out this award winning series – Books 1 – 6!


What Readers Are Saying

“Forbidden love, heart racing suspense, an epic tale set in war ravaged Greece. This classic is not to be missed.”

This is a superb YA historical romance of a young woman’s lesbian awakening. A romance forged in war that will take your breath away.

“One of the most powerful WW2 romances I have ever read…”

Hauntingly beautiful love story! Stays with you and makes you want more of Eva and Zoe.

“There’s a lot of quietness surrounding Eva, even her fury is silenced and subtle…”

Zoe’s Journal Updates – Character Subsite!

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Surviving The Peace Chapter 2 – October 29, 1944

Surviving The Peace Chapter 2 (29 October 1944) has been posted. It’s from the second entry of October 29, 1944. I was getting too morose as the day dragged on, and my ankle had swollen up after my rampage through the streets to get to Eva. Despite my ankle, I just had to get up and walk around....

OHI Day 28 October – In Memory of My Brothers

Today is 28 October and that means it’s OHI Day (Οχι) – We calebrate / commemorate the NO that got us into World War II on 28 October 1940. It was also the start of the slide into a national nightmare that didn’t end until 1945. My brothers, Michael, Thieri and Theodore went to war against the...

Painting of Australian Soldiers in Tempi Valley Fighting The Germans in 1941

Towards the end of 1940, Italian forces invaded Greece from Albania. In February 1941 the British advance in North Africa was halted and a force, which included the 6th Australian Division, was organised and sent to assist the Greek nation. On 6th April the Germans invaded Greece and Yugoslavia...

Surviving The Peace Character List + First Chapter!

Zoe Lambros is a 16 year old that has lived through the German Occupation of her home town in Greece. Zoe survived the war that killed her  family, her friends and destroyed her country. She fought alongside Eva Muller and Henry Franz in an attempt to save Greek Jews from the Nazis but now comes a...

As Featured In The Jewish Museum of Greece!

I’m deeply honoured and thrilled to have two of my books – the novel and the companion book be featured in the Jewish Museum of Greece.

In 2016 The Jewish Museum of Greece added In “The Blood of the Greeks” and the companion book “In the Blood of the Greeks The Illustrated Companion” to their collection on Greek Holocaust during World War II.

If you are in the area, why not pop over to Nikis 39, Athina 105 57, Greece and see their collection of priceless documents, images and video about the Greek Jewish Resistance and the way the Greek Jews fought back against the Germans and how their compatriots protected them.

Pick up a copy of In the Blood of the Greeks and the Companion Book – historical fiction and the companion book features actual wartime photography, illustrations, real life accounts of Greek resistance and heroism.