Author Archives: Rosemary Noble

About Rosemary Noble

Writer, author, amateur historian and traveller

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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A Ned Kelly Tour

  On the latest trip to Australia, we visited Beechworth in northern Victoria. We knew there was a Ned Kelly association, but apart from that very little. I hadn’t appreciated that it was one of the earliest goldfields.  I knew … Continue reading

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Roses from the Heart

in Tasmania this year, it was my absolute pleasure to meet Dr Christina Henri, who has been ‘artist in residence’ at Cascades, the female convict factory in Hobart. Christina has made it her life’s work to honour each of the … Continue reading

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A Twelve Thousand Mile Journey

As we travelled to Australia in Business Class this time, a decision made because of age and infirmity (not mine), I pondered on the journey my ladies took in such different circumstances almost two hundred years ago. Our journey with … Continue reading

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Guest Post – Lexi Rees

I am delighted to host Lexi Rees on my blog, today. Having been on my own travels for six weeks in Australia, and only now overcoming jet lag, I was happy to give another author a turn. I’m also excited … Continue reading

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Guest Feature: Chindi Author, Lorraine Lexi Rees, discusses ‘Four Top Tools for Writers’

Originally posted on Patricia M Osborne:
Have you ever wondered about tools for writers, and  how they work? Well you’re in luck because today I have a special guest that has come to discuss ‘Four Top Tools as an Author.’ Please…

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As I sit relaxing on the deck of our Airbnb towards the end of our third trip to Australia, I am reflecting on what I have learnt this trip. ​We have travelled in the South East from Sydney as far … Continue reading

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