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Marion Clark

INDIE AUTHOR

Praise for 'A Girl Who Didn't Fit In'

Marion Clark has taken the reader on a fabulous journey.

- Brittany Sharp, Bank Manager.

The underlying theme of Gaslighting provides insights that can only be shared by a person who has experienced it for a lifetime.

- Jeffery Brumby.

Marion's courage and authenticity are astounding, and her capacity for forgiveness is impressive.

- Rev. Harvey Clark.

An impressive recalling of a life which many would shy away from opening up about. It took me to dark places that I haven't seen and hardly knew existed. A memoir well worth the telling.

- David A Gairns, BBldg (Hons) (Melb), MBldg Sc (Melb), FAIB (Retd).

Hello, thanks for visiting.

My website is for those who are interested in knowing something about me and my writing. I have been an Indie publisher for many years and started out using online software, Blurb and Memento, to publish books about holidays and my family, particularly my sons and grandchildren. Of particular interest is 'Until Travelling Days Are Done', an account of five road tours in Victoria and South Australia taken by my parents between 1927-1932 in a 1924 Studebaker across the Australian Alps. Another of interest is the autobiographical poems of my grandfather, James Philip Hewlett titled 'A Prodigal Bard'.

My most recent achievement is the publication of my first book, a memoir, on Amazon. 'A Girl Who Didn't Fit in: Crushed by Gaslighting But Not Defeated'. While emotionally difficult to write because of the privations of my early childhood doing so enriched my life immensely. In retrospect, it is one of the best things, if not the best thing, that I have ever done for myself. 

 

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Paperback and eBook versions of 'A Girl Who Didn't Fit In', may be purchased at amazon.com.au.

Click on the front cover to read the synopsis.

FRONT COVER 'A Still Point' Abridged cop

'A Still Point' is a compilation of my family history - click on the cover to read a PDF.

My family lines are Beuzeville, Canaye, Gobelin, Roussel, Guillemard (French Huguenot);  Collings, Foley, Hewlett (English); and Hunt (Irish).

An abridged edition will be published at Amazon shortly.

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