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To Plot Or Not To Plot? by Helene Young

     Anyone who knows me well knows that I write organically – or by the seat of my pants, if you want the honest truth. For me the story starts with one or two characters, plus a setting and a … Continue reading

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AusLit 1st Birthday

The Australian Literature Review, or AusLit for short, celebrates its 1st Birthday on June 14th. Below are birthday messages from a range of authors who have been involved with the site over the past year, in their own words. The authors … Continue reading

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A chat with Helene Young (Cairns, north Queensland)

I recently met helene Young  for coffee in Cairns. Helene is the author of two novels (Wings of Fear and Shattered Sky), with her third, Burning Lies, on the way. One thing which sets Helene’s novels apart from many other … Continue reading

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Helene Young – Author Interview

Your fiction is described on your website as “romantic suspense”. How would you describe your personal approach to blending romance and suspense in your fiction? Both elements are equally important for me, but I think the suspense will always come first. I … Continue reading

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