Wednesday, August 22, 2012

A Story Of Seven Summers

If you'd like to find out more about how hilbarn first started, Hil's book (published by Allen & Unwin), goes on sale next Monday. You might like to reserve a copy at your local bookseller.  Or, go online here.

6 comments:

Jane @ Shady Baker said...

Oh yes please...I will be buying :)

Hilbarn said...

Hi Jane, Thank you! Love to know what you think although I have a feeling you've probably made a similar journey. I hope you're having as much fun as us! Hil

Maraea said...

Just finished reading your book and loved it. Wanting to embark on a similar journey of my own and reading about yours has me excited to start!

Maraea said...

Just finished reading your book and loved it. Wanting to embark on a similar journey myself. This has definitely convinced me I'm on the right path. Thanks for sharing your story.

Hilbarn said...

Thanks Maraea, good luck with your own journey.

Anonymous said...

My sister who lives in Port Sorrell sent me your book last week and I have just finished reading it. I LOVED it! In fact I am going to read it again now that I have seen the faces and places spoken of in the pages so I can make the visual connection to your wonderful words.
It does make me realise what I'm missing being stuck in the 'burbs but with no option of moving just now I will bloom where I am planted :)
I will be visiting Tassie in November and am looking forward to devouring all the wonderful food and drinking in the beautiful scenery while I am there. I hope these memories will sustain me until I can move to my own little patch of heaven.
Cheers, Michelle in (too hot)QLD