Seven Indomitable Women of World War II

Seven Indomitable Women of World War II

In these times of unrest, lockdowns and change, and on the 75th Commemoration of the End of World War II, it feels more appropriate than ever to see what lessons we can take from pivotal moments in history, and the actions of those who came before us. After all, as...

Publishers Weekly Reviews The War Widow

Publishers Weekly Reviews The War Widow

Set in 1946, this spirted series launch from Canadian-Australian author Moss (the Makedde Vanderwall books) introduces Billie Walker, a former war correspondent who reopens her dead father’s private inquiry firm after the Sydney...

2014 Wrap Up

2014 Wrap Up

Between parenthood, study at the University of Sydney, completing the course work for my doctorate, and launching my tenth book, I was pretty remiss on blog updates this year. Here’s some of what I was up to:

The Fictional Woman launches at SWF

The Fictional Woman launches at SWF

My first non-fiction book, The Fictional Woman, was launched last month at the Sydney Writers’ Festival and has since become a #1 non-fiction best-seller. At the launch, guests were invited to share the fictions that have followed them through their lives.

Assassin Giveaway

Assassin Giveaway

To celebrate the new edition of Assassin, the sixth explosive novel in the Mak Vanderwall series in stores September 1, we are giving away personally signed copies . All you have to do to enter is to create a Pinterest page dedicated to the series.

Our Beautiful Meritocracy

Our Beautiful Meritocracy

The facts are just staring us in the face – the majority of women simply lack merit in their opinions and career endeavours. It is an uncomfortable fact, but there it is. This lack of merit is well documented, yet some people just don’t understand the beautiful meritocracy we live in.*