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Chocolate Lily Awards

26th Jul 2017
    Recently, I learned that I have been shortlisted for the Chocolate Lily Awards for 2017/18 in the Novel Category. I feel very honored to be nominated among this list of accomplished authors. Here is some information about the award which I lifted from their web site:- “The Chocolate Lily Book Awards is a… Read

GoodReads Giveaways

9th Jul 2017
Winners from 4 Countries June 1st was the conclusion of our latest book giveaway on Goodreads. It always surprises me the reach of that site. In previous giveaways we have sent books to a Spanish Castle, Australia, New Zealand, the United States – all over. This time the books went to Germany, Holland, Albania, and… Read

A Tall Ship Visits Vancouver

11th May 2017
While doing the research for A Rare Gift, I became very interested in sailing ships. So when we heard there was a Japanese tall ship visiting here, we were eager to have a look. We were even more excited when we read they were going to fully deploy the sails. They would start at 1pm,… Read

Write on Vancouver

10th May 2017
‘Write On Vancouver’ Saturday May13th.     Experience Vancouver Public Library’s day-long celebration of local writers & publishers! Attend a workshop, ask an expert your writing question, hear writers read their own works,or browse the author and publisher tables. return to main blog

Enjoyable visit to an Adelaide school

9th May 2017
  St. Joseph’s School, Kingswood invited me to speak to a Classroom of their grade 5 students (25). The teacher, S Frost asked me to speak about ways for the children to make their stories more interesting and the language more vibrant. We started by designing a character together. The children saw how small  changes… Read

Books 1 and 2 available at Dymocks

11th Apr 2017
Good morning! We’re excited to announce that Dymocks in Adelaide has accepted copies of A Rare Gift and Pharaoh’s Tomb. This means you can go in and buy them there if you want to. As a new writer I was very excited to actually see my books on the shelf in an Australian book shop.  It… Read

About the author

G. Rosemary Ludlow grew up in Adelaide, Australia, where she taught school for many years. She loved teaching children to read and her favorite thing to do was to tell them stories. History stories, geography stories, stories about spelling, or arithmetic - it is all stories.

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