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A warm welcome from Yours Australia magazine.

A warm welcome from Yours Australia magazine.
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  • Julie Armstrong
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    Thank you Helen,
    I have just finished reading Cleo and am looking forward to reading your next two books,
    Love your openness and the wonderful way you have written your so very personal story,
    We, who have had both tragity and joy in our lives, can take feel both empathy and pain from your words.
    Julie

    • Helen Brown
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      Hi Julie, thanks for your kind words. You I’m so happy you connected with CLEO.
      Warmest wishes,
      Helen.

  • Adriana
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    Hi Helen, I just finished reading Cleo. Sitting on the coach with my queeny Lilly, 10 kilo of feline love. Although I was lucky not to go through the very hard times you went, Lilly hekps me in my everyday life. Thank you so much for sharing and, inspite of all, for writing about your wounderful cat instead of whining on tour own lire.

    Adriana from Italy

    • Helen Brown
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      Hi Adriana,
      Lilly sounds wonderful. 10 kilo is quite a lot to cuddle. Thanks for taking the time to write. I’m delighted you enjoyed reading Cleo.
      Best wishes, Helen.

  • Christine Perry
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    Thank you Helen for your gorgeous books. I have so enjoyed reading Cleo and Along Came Jonah.
    They have really started a healing process within, after the loss of my husband to cancer. Your memoir really open my eyes an heart to the needs of others plus forgiveness. Im raising my two children here in Perth an have no close family or not too many folk im close with. Im from Putaruru in NZ. My husband died here in Perth an loved perth so we have him berried here. Thanks for your beautiful story. Hugs x

    • Helen Brown
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      Dear Christine,
      Thanks for your message. Apologies for not replying sooner. I’m sorry to hear you lost your husband. It must be very hard raising two children without him.
      Perth is a beautiful city, but I understand it must feel a long way from Putaruru sometimes.
      Sending healing thoughts your way.
      Warmest wishes,
      Helen.

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Residents of my friend Heather Fahnle’s garden. #@heatherfahnle

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Practising for Lydia and Ramon’s big day.

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A fairy cafe has appeared in our garden.

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It takes a three year old to remind you there’s nothing better than a bucket and an incoming tide.

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The perfect Christmas outfit. Kath’s love grows deeper by the day.#christmaslove

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Christmas on Phillip Island, an intimate gathering.

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The Christmas tree you have when the island has run out of Christmas trees. #christmastree #christmasdecor

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Another reason I love Phillip Island. Where else would you find one of these in your back yard?

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Exciting times as Lydia and Ramon’s Phillip Island wedding gets closer.

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Delighted to announce a children’s version of Cleo, CLEO AND ROB, will be released by Allen & Unwin NZ next year. #childrensbooks #awwmagazine

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