'25 Stories of Life and Love in Australia' is a collection of Short Stories and vignettes, set in modern day Australia. Settings include parks, beaches and homes, all presented with evocation. Whilst tales of love and romance feature very prominently, there are also human interest tales about people from various walks of life, with characters ranging in age from children to seniors. The stories are heartwarming, and they are written in an easy to read, flowing style that invites page turning.
Margaret Lynette Sharp's work is characterised by gentleness and warmth, in addition to their Australian feel. Some favourite titles from this, her first collection, include 'A New Beginning', 'Family Values', 'A Question of Trust', 'The Virgin Dancer', and 'Picnic With Billy.'
The book has been praised by diverse members of society, such as medical practitioners and seniors. The nature and length of each tale makes them ideal travel or bedtime reading.
'25 Stories of Life and Love in Australia' is edited by Ronald Sharp B.E.M., the creator of the Grand Organ in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall.