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Glory is a rock chick. She’s fierce. From a distance, she keeps seeing a gorgeous woman with fantastic hair.

Ness is a hairdresser. She was named for the Loch. She’s been admiring the lead singer of Glory Be for ages.

Fate keeps preventing them from meeting, until the night of the yarnbombing in Melbourne’s Treasury Gardens – a night that knits their lives together.
Kindle Edition, 23 pages
Published July 17th 2017 by Clan Destine Press
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I love Narrelle M Harris style, she never disappoints and this time is no different. This optimistic, feel-good, short love story put a happy smile on my face and I find that priceless.
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I grew up in a home bursting with books. My father was in the Royal Australian Air Force – we moved roughly every three years – and my parents were passionate advocates of reading and the importance of access to a library of ideas, no matter where we lived.

Between a childhood spent on the move yet steeped in literature, and a naturally dramatic personality, it’s no surprise I became a storyteller.
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