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Tea with Mrs B: Juanita Kees


There is nothing I like more than a good cup of tea, a chat about books and a plate of tasty scones and jam. Tea with Mrs B…

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tea with mrs b v2.jpgWelcome to Tea with Mrs B, an author interview series. Here to share a pot of tea and to chat about her brand new book, Shadows Over Wongan Creek, is Juanita Kees.

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Writing fun, action-packed, sexy stories filled with feisty, caring characters ready to risk everything for love. Juanita graduated from the Australian College QED, Bondi with a diploma in Proofreading, Editing and Publishing, and achieved her dream of becoming a published author in 2012 with the release of her debut romantic suspense, Fly Away Peta (recently re-released as Under Shadow of Doubt). Under the Hood followed in 2013 as one of the first releases from Harlequin’s digital pioneer, Escape Publishing. In 2014 Juanita was nominated for the Lynn Wilding (Romance Writers of Australia) Volunteer Award, and was a finalist in the Romance Writers Australia Romantic Book of the Year and the Australian Romance Readers Awards in 2014 and 2016…

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Lost Love and Hard Won Happiness!


Mel and Michelle from Book BaybZ popped in to The Cranky Lizard for a wine and chat to Fenella.

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Mel and I exit the car and make our way down to the creek where we’ve been told we’ll find Fenella Rose-Waterman, heroine and manageress of, The Cranky Lizard Winery.

It’s a hot day and we both welcome the cool shade which envelopes us as we near the Creek. Clear, sparkling waters run down the ravine and over rocks creating an aura of sublime peacefulness.

“There she is.”

Mel points to our left where a petite woman with midnight hair and clothes that match, stands, skipping pebbles across the surface of the water.

“Hi, Fenella.”

I wave as the two of us toddle toward her.

“Hi.”

She steps off the log she’d perched on and saunters over to us, hand outstretched. Her green eyes are bright, but gaurded, unlike her expression which is open in a blank sort of way.

“Juantia said we’d find you down here. How are you?”…

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