From Christina: It’s been a pleasure to have Tea Cooper visit “Seasons of Love” this week. Please join with me in expressing sincere thanks to her for sharing her stories and characters with us. As a fellow historical romance author, I’m always fascinated by the pictures and information Tea shares.
Thank you to everyone who dropped by this week. You can find me online at the following links:
Téa Cooper lives in a stone cottage on one hundred acres of bushland, just outside the nineteenth century village of Wollombi, NSW Australia. When she isn’t writing, Téa can be found haunting the local museum or chatting to the locals, who offer a never-ending source of inspiration. Both Lily’s Leap and Matilda’s Freedom are set in and around Wollombi.
In October, Jazz Baby, a 1920s rags to riches story set in Sydney will be released and in February, Forgotten Fragrance, Book I of a family saga entitled From the Ocean to the Outback. At the moment she is working on a parallel time-line series called The Adventures of Miss Abigail Wynter. She has also written three contemporary romances.