The Pepperina Grove

I am super excited to announce the release of my latest novel in the Tullagulla series!

“The Pepperina Grove” is now with Amazon and will be available for purchase from 23 September.

As with my first two books in the Tullagulla series, paperback copies of The Pepperina Grove will be available through Amazon and other online bookstores. Signed copies will also be available directly from me.

It has been a wonderful month with sales continuing to increase and the second book in the series “The English Oak” making it into the top fourteen on Amazon Australia.

Sincere thanks to you all, lovely readers, for reading my books and providing such lovely comments and reviews. I hope you enjoy your third visit to Tullagulla and love getting to know Lou as much as I do.

For those of you who don’t have a Pepperina tree in your area, I hope you are able to find one. Here is a photo to assist you in recognising them. They are a nice tree with rough, gnarly bark and soft, feathery leaves – and along with the hardy Bougainvillea, were planted near almost every rural homestead in country Queensland over the last two hundred years. They produce small red berries which were popular in the early days of settlement in Australia for both culinary and medicinal purposes.

So – until next time, enjoy the glorious colours and smell of spring (in Australia). Happy reading and stay safe!

Love Heather

1 Comment

  1. Vicki Townson says:

    Yes had a few Pepperina trees on my Toowoomba property, also a cedar tree
    , silky Oaks, an English Oak, five Jacaranda trees, bottle trees, wild peach trees with beautiful pink flowers and a large bunya pine. Looking forward to reading your books.

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