Lives in the outer Pelorus Sound, an area of outstanding natural beauty within the Marlborough Sounds, New Zealand. Her passion is writing. She goes all out with it to the point that she’s a step short of crazy! But she cannot stop herself. For the past 13 years there’s always been a story in the process, or in the front of her mind.
Dobby: A remarkable survival story based on a true event in the Southern Alps/Kā Tiritiri o te Moana.
Read a review of Dobby on the NZ Book Lovers website.
Injun Joe Limited Edition - Collectable: 350 copies only. Reprinted due to demand. Hardback. Front and back covers. The book is larger than the original. The loose sample sheet showing (doe-skin feel) is a slipcase design into which the book will slide. Each copy is printer-numbered and personally signed. All photos are enhanced (160 new). Additional text. Beautiful layout and design with end sheets of tahr and chamois by a top NZ photographer. $145. Sold Out.
Have you booked to attend the upcoming Storylines Children's Writers and Illustrators' National Hui 2022? The Hui is being held from the 15 - 17 July 2022 in Auckland.
The weekend features Keynote Speakers and workshop leaders from around the country. We'll also have publishers available for pitch slams. You can learn from the experts and take the opportunity to pitch your work to editors and agents.
Details of the full programme can be found at: Storylines.org.nz.
Marion is delighted to be working with Kiwi and International Illustrator Richard Hoit on Elton the Flying Crane - a children’s picture book series beginning with four titles. Elton, the third biggest helicopter in the world, fights wildfires and carries heavy-lift jobs and rescues. It’s a super-exciting series and children are sure to fall in love with Elton and his friends, Connie the helicopter and Flaps the aeroplane bomber.
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