I am in the throngs of writing my next murder mystery, A Royal Murder. This time the murder takes place during the Australian Women's Open Golf Tournament at the somewhat eccentric Royal Adelaide Golf course - think trains and roads running through the course.
Perhaps in the next post I can share the first draft chapter of the book and you can let me know if you think I'm on the right track????
I have to say that writing my second book now I'm back in my home town of Adelaide has been more difficult than writing it when I was living in Brisbane. I have so many wonderful attractions/distractions living in Adelaide with friends and family so close by that I am too easily pulled away from my writing. I feel guilty when I'm not writing my book and hence I haven't even been posting to my blog.
Anyway, today I have decided to end the blog drought. During my Saturday ritual of ogling realestate, I came across a gorgeous property at Encounter Bay (adjacent to Victor Harbor on the South Coast of South Australia) that is for sale.
It is one of those properties that those of us who love a coastal view and a nod to classic taste, drool over.
|While I don't like clutter, perhaps a bigger dining table and a few more chairs?|
Rosetta Head Retreat sits on 2,522 square metres of landscaped gardens and lies between two national parks, The Bluff and Petrel Cove.
The ten roomed house was built in 1901 by the Jagger family. The bluestone has been rendered in white but I'm not sure if I wouldn't return it to it's original state?
I get the distinct feeling that the current owners are artists themselves or at the very least, love to collect art.