Welcome to Cowaramup! I was born in this tiny town in the South West corner of Western Australia, and outside of about 12 years in the 2000s when our family lived in Hahndorf in South Australia, I’ve pretty much been a Cowaramup girl all my life.
Cowaramup was named after the purple-crowned lorikeet – the Cowara Bird… but most people think it got its name from dairy cows. In 2012, forward-thinking retailers and people in the area created and built a herd of about 42 fibre-glass cows that now line Cowaramup’s parks and main street. The cows create interest in a town that otherwise often got missed for the bigger names all around it, Margaret River, Busselton, Dunsborough and Yallingup.
You can follow the cows on Twitter if you’re interested: @cowtowncows
So it made sense to feature my hometown in my new series: Butterfly House!
TIP: To read the back cover information, please click the image.
Butterfly House books are meant to be fun, quick reads that are perfect for holidays, or rainy days, or spending an evening in.
BUY YOUR SIGNED COPY:
$18.95 inc postage* & handling and a Cowaramup gift
Who Killed The Bride? Butterfly House, Book 1 is ONLY available in print.
Please email me firstname.lastname@example.org or write to me at PO Box 435, Cowaramup and I will contact you with information on how to pay, and how to order 🙂
Are you in the South West of Western Australia? Copies of the book are available at Mukau Giftware and Gallery in Cowaramup; Barefoot Books in Fig Tree Lane, Busselton; and the Margaret River Bookshop.
*Postage price within Australia only. Overseas can be arranged but pricing will differ