Author Archives: Rosemary Noble

About Rosemary Noble

Writer, author, amateur historian and traveller

A Break from Writing

I have just returned from a trip to Malta, a needed break after a hugely busy period. I thought I may write a few lines about islands in the Med’. Not that I have visited them all by any means, … Continue reading

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The Big One

Today I reached one of those awful milestones. A birthday that ends with a 0. I thought I would reflect on what I have learnt over the years. First, avoid placing things in the garden you can trip over. Feeling … Continue reading

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Australia Day at School

I spent Monday afternoon at my granddaughter’s school where I had been invited in as an author to talk about Australia. I couldn’t have done this without lots of input from various cousins, friends and Facebook friends in Australia. With … Continue reading

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Local author, with a touch of Tasmanian devil …

Originally posted on Lexi Rees:
I’m really excited to introduce Rosemary Noble to you today. Now, she’s not a kids book author, so I know I risk straying off here, but I just read Sadie’s War, the third book in…

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Australia – shadows amidst the sunshine

Isabella Muir I am delighted to welcome fellow author, Rosemary Noble, to my blog today. Rosemary shares my passion for exploring the truth about some of the darkest parts of Australian history. Here she explains… In the Australian National Anthem, … Continue reading

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War and Memories

War provides the bookends for the protagonist in my latest book, Sadie’s Wars. She lives out the first world war in Australia waiting for the return of her husband, while in the second, she experiences the horror of the blitz … Continue reading

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What a Busy Month!

Many apologies for not posting anything for a month – you may be relieved about that. My time has been taken up by arranging Chindi events for the Chichester Festival and thinking about a session which my daughter has volunteered … Continue reading

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