Author Justin Sheedy – pic by Danny Aarons, Central Magazine
Good show old chap!
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True cheers, Colin. You are the FIRST ever person to comment on this Website.
Well, hopefully I’ve started something here!
You did, Colin.
I wish every homepage was like this. Like the basic six. You see what you bred straight away.
Massive thanks, Soul Brother, Andrew.
Congratulations on ever growing success and amazing books. A repertoire sure to grow. Keep soaring with your successes – you have my continued support.
I am humbled by your kind words on my efforts, Danielle, certainly ongoing. Your support is valued by me as pure gold.
This is awesome Justin. This is going in my favourites.
YOU are Awesome, Petra.
Awesome stuff Mr Sheedy,
I am so hoping you do another trilogy based on NTYC – PLEASE
IN planning, sir. Did you read This yet? https://justinsheedy.com/home/your-free-book-other-peoples-wars/
This has been a long time coming. 🙂 Very pleased and very happy for you.
Dear Michael, brilliant to hear your voice. Thank you, sir, and I am still grateful for your review of Book 1 in the trilogy. (I think you might have been the very first reviewer!) https://justinsheedy.com/reviews-of-nor-the-years-condemn/more-reviews-of-nor-the-years-condemn/
Well … I liked it!
Greetings Justin, lovely to see the interaction with your fans and friends. Your name was given to me by Dennis Jones as a very successful promoter of his own work. Dennis suggested I get in touch to perhaps pick up a few tips. I’ll write you directly Mike Rubbo
I can only learn from You, Noble Mike. Thanks to the Eminent Dennis and I look forward to speaking further, sir.
Great to see the upgrade, Justin! Looking forward to reading “Other People’s Wars”.
Woo Hoo, Dave, and thank you. And delighted that you’d like to read “Other People’s Wars”. Please do download your free copy.
I just finished Goodbye Crackernight. I was attracted to it in the West Ryde Library because of the Staff Pick sticker! It evoked such memories of similar childhood days in Turramurra.
Rowena, thank you SO much for reading “Goodbye Crackernight” and for letting me know. I’m delighted that you engaged with the story, as I wrote it as “our” story, a portrait of the times in which we grew up, a mirror to us. So thank you once again, Rowena. And I wonder if the West Ryde Library has the sequel, “Memoirs of a Go-Go Dancer”. If not, they should be able to order it in from another council library. True cheers to you. — Justin Sheedy (PS, to think our childhoods were just across the bush from each other.)
I’ve just finished ‘Goodbye Crackernight’ and want to say how much I enjoyed it. I grew up in the 70’s also, though in suburban Melbourne, and could certainly relate to much of the book and the memories within its pages. Thank you.
Ah, just bliss to know, Fiona, and thanks for saying so. Superb to think the book worked for you. I wrote it as a “mirror to us”. A “shared” memoir. OUR story. So thanks again. — Justin Sheedy.
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