Kathleen’s New Book, Nineteen Days.
“As the Australis Star cruises for nineteen days from Sydney to Honolulu the lives of five of her passengers are changed forever…”
This is a story about strange and unexpected friendships, about the facades that people wear, and about what happens when they break. Most of all it is a story about how love manages to seep through the cracks.
Published by Atlas Productions in August 2020.
About the Author
I came late to fiction writing. I remember clearly, at sixteen, telling a friend that I wanted to be a writer. It seemed very simple then. I would create wonderful works of literature like the ones that inspired me then, and have continued to bring me meaning and happiness in the years since. Then, of course, real life intervened. I became a teacher, then a wife and mother, and now, after a long career in education and academia, I am finally free to write my stories. In my first novel, Red Dirt Odyssey I drew on my love for the Australian outback, something I thank my parents for, with their determination to share with us their own love of the land. In this new novel I explore some of the big issues of friendship, loneliness, fear and loss, and especially the hope that is there to be found if we only look for it.
Helen Goltz, of Atlas Productions, guided this new book to completion.
Books By Kathleen Engebretson
A story about strange and unexpected friendships, about the facades that people wear, and about what happens when they break. Most of all it is a story about how love manages to seep through the cracks…
Published by Atlas Productions in August 2020
Red Dirt Odyssey
The campervan sits in the driveway, waiting for Alice-a jaded academic- and her husband Will to retire and hit the road…any day now.
But when Will suddenly dies, Alice is lost. Unhappy at work, and with her future plans thwarted, she rises daily, putting one foot in front of the other, existing not living….
Published by Atlas Productions in 2016
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