Go to Pen Hanley’s website

Books, writing, language and creativity are my main passions, so this blog focuses on those topics. I also love travelling, films, food, health, art and the Argentine tango, so my blog strays on to those subjects sometimes, especially when there are wonderful, stimulating books about them to talk about.

For my biography and details of my published fiction and non-fiction reviews, articles and research, visit my website at www.penhanley.id.au



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  1. Thanks for your Christmas card, Penny.

  2. I was very pleased to uncover this web site. I wanted to thank you for your time for this fantastic read!!
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    • Thank you – sorry for late reply – I just saw this! Comments used to appear in my Gmail inbox. I do appreciate your comment and the best of luck with everything. – Penny,

  3. Hi Penny,so good to get your postcards from Ireland. Lunch in Braidwood to be arranged. Look after yourself intrepid traveller. Bill and Steph

    • Great! More pics are on Penny Hanley Facebook. xx

  4. hello penny.
    was glad to find you are well and writing still.You sound busy, informed and still have attitude, moderated somewhat by maturity.
    But hey, lm going a slower pace too, living the rural life in Kyogle( northern rivers).I have been here 2 years, built a house to lockup and now spend my days pottering in the garden and finishing off things..Hope you are well and
    enjoying yourself.Sorry lve laid low for years.
    divorce, cancer and distance keeps you singularly focussed and you get out of sinc with others..my apologies.
    all the best and hope you contact me too
    love Hero.

  5. Hero! Great to hear from you! Limited by this being a public answer but I’m really well, just finished another novel MS yesterday (working on that all this yr – hence no blogs or hardly any) and now discover my publisher went out of business. Ugh. They were tiny and so many tiny places went under (while Jerry Harvey Norman and their ilk pocketed the billions to make more billions, of course). Glad you’re doing well. Braidwood an hour from the coast but with Covid and writing the novel I hardly ever get there – dying to go again and will try soon! There’s a great song sung by Blindman’s Holiday about Kyogle. And how is yr daughter? Any other kids? When I met John he had four so I got to be a de facto step-mum – fabulous. Two yrs and eight mths in we had a tragedy but this is a public site so reluctant to say more. Can you get hold of my email address from the CV? Have a great Xmas, Hero – so wonderful to hear from you – thanks! Love and hugs, Pen.

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