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I have always enjoyed writing. From having a dream to be an author and the determination to see it through, my resolve and hard work has been worth it. I have published Barefoot to Boeings, a memoir about a boy who had a dream to fly, and now A Better Life - An Italian Immigrants Journey, a story about a boy who always dreamt of a better life. My next book, The Hawthorn Trees of Cradley Road, is a story about my mother's childhood in the West Midlands, in the United Kingdom - a work in progress! Find out more about my books here.

When I meet people for the first time, I ask them about their stories and how they came to do what they do. I often think, there's a book there, but they say no one would be interested in their story because they are just ordinary people. What I see are ordinary people living extra-ordinary lives. I believe these stories are important, not only for the family to remember but also for society to reflect on what life used to be like. I not only want to write stories about ordinary people, but I also want to share their extra-ordinary life and keep history alive. 








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Media and Events

In conversation with Carole McCulloch - genealogist, author, storyteller, family historian, and teacher. Listen to the podcast in Media and Events. Enjoy the journey...



Whether you are interested in aviation or Australian history, Barefoot to Boeings is a journey down memory lane from life on the farm and the outside dunny to the perceived luxuries of jet aircraft...