Jennifer Scoullar


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Jennifer Scoullar

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Jennifer has always harboured a deep appreciation and respect for the natural world. Her house is on a hill-top, overlooking valleys of messmate and mountain ash. A pair of old eagles live there too. Black-shouldered wallabies graze by the creek. Eastern Spinebills hover among the callistemon. Jennifer lives with her family on a beautiful property in the mountains, that was left to her by her father. Horses have always been her passion. She grew up on the books of Elyne Mitchell, and all her life she’s ridden and bred horses, in particular Australian Stock Horses. She has eight published novels. Wasp Season (Sid Harta 2008), Brumby’s Run (Penguin 2012), Currawong Creek (Penguin 2013), Billabong Bend (Penguin 2014), Turt
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Jennifer Scoullar Sorry Greg, I didn't see your question earlier. The reason the books are listed as #1 and #2 is because they are part of a loose series. #3, The Memor…moreSorry Greg, I didn't see your question earlier. The reason the books are listed as #1 and #2 is because they are part of a loose series. #3, The Memory Tree, has now been released. I'd never thought about people regarding the the books as parts of a whole. I shall give your suggestion about removing numbers some thought. Thank you for your interest and your kind words :)(less)
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Meet, well … me!

I’ve been on a mission to showcase the marvellous home-grown Australian and New Zealand fiction available to readers worldwide. My series on local authors will continue next month, however today I’m taking time out to announce my own new release – THE MEMORY TREE, out now!


[image error]THE MEMORY TREE  is the third book in my Tasmanian Tales series. To celebrate its release, the eBook of the first

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Journey's End by Jennifer Scoullar
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This book was so awrsome,there isn't enough words to describe it.Ithad every emotion you could want in a book.(love,hate,dtama,suspence & sadness.It points out how quick we are to judge.It's to bad we don't forgive ss quick.Fant" Read more of this review »
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"Engaging, exciting, environmenral.... Scoullar has done it again. Loved it...just widh it was longer."
Fortune's Son by Jennifer Scoullar
"I'm a big fan of all things Australian but I don't know much about what life was like in the wilds of Australia in Victorian times. Fortune's Son took me back in time and it was such an absorbing read, I didn't want to put it down. Descriptive narrat" Read more of this review »
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Dorothy Wiley has a talent for drawing readers into the worlds she creates. I’m an Australian who has never been to America, but after a few chapters I felt right at home in pioneering Texas! Red River Rifles is well-researched with authentic charact ...more
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