Join Anthea Hodgson and Sasha Wasley on a tour that champions books celebrating women; their loves, their friendships, their humour, their quirks, their challenges & their communities.
Loretta Hill always wanted to be a writer. Through her career in engineering, her interest in law and her journey into motherhood, she continued to write. Loretta’s bestselling novels The Girl in Steel-Capped Boots, The Girl in the Hard Hat and The Girl in the Yellow Vest draw upon her own outback engineering experiences of larrikins, red dust and steel-capped boots.
The Secret Vineyard is Loretta’s sparkling romantic comedy about trust after betrayal, hope after regret, and falling in love after vowing never ever to do it again.
Anthea Hodgson is a country girl from the WA wheatbelt. She worked as a radio producer in WA, NSW and QLD before returning to WA, where she lives with her husband and two children. With her debut novel, The Drifter, we were introduced to an exciting new voice in rural writing.
The Cowgirl is Anthea’s second novel. Written with heartfelt authenticity, this is a multigenerational saga exploring fractured families, atonement and moving on after death.
Sasha Wasley was born and raised in WA and now lives in the Perth hills with her partner and two daughters. Sasha has a PhD in feminist theory, and is an animal lover who is enthusiastic about social and environmental issues. She writes general fiction, YA and mystery and is the author of two paranormal series, as well as the Kimberley romances Dear Banjo and True Blue.
True Blue is a quirky small town love story about an idealistic young artist, exploring the search for true love and the need to be true to yourself.