I just finished Red Sand Sunrise in a day as once you started you couldn't put it down. I loved reading it as member of a family who have grazing and cropping properties in outback QLD and NSW, I read each page with delight remembering how it is for so many of my family and friends in the rural and outback communities and the facilities of clinics that they all have to travel to just for something simple let alone for pregnancies. F.A. Canberra.
Fiona will be at the 2015 Newcastle Writers Festival this weekend with her good friends Anne Gracie and Kelly Hunter.
Absolutely outstanding book. Couldn't put it down. My first experience of reading one of Fiona McArthur's books and I'm still thinking about it a week after turning the last page. N.E. from Goodreads.
"An absolute phenomenal read that was thrilling, tear worthy and gritty from start to finish..." FIVE BEAUTIFUL STARS. Talking Books Blog 2014
Fiona McArthur Author
Writing Australian rural fiction for Penguin Australia with elements of medicine and midwifery. I believe ordinary people do extraordinary things and love to write from the and hear from readers
My first two single title books are
Red Sand Sunrise July 2014,
and available for pre-order, The Homestead Girls July 2015 with two more coming out 2016.
I write Non-Fiction birth books for women who want simple explanations about their choices in birth - Your Baby Is Breech an e-book $5.99 on Amazon Au/US/UK/Canada
and the updated version of The Don't Panic Guide To Birth published by Penguin Australia in 2010 will be The Little Book of Birth
which is available for pre-order coming end April 2015 in ebook from Emerald Little Books also on Amazon.
I've written over thirty medical romance novels for Harlequin/Mills and Boon and appear as a guest midwifery expert for Mother and Baby Magazine.