Margaret Dakin was born in Brisbane and came to writing after working in various occupations, culminating in twenty years as a studio potter. She joined a writing group in 2002, and meeting with like-minded friends keeps her pushing her pen, with enough success in short story competitions to encourage her to continue. Her plays have been produced, and her musical recently was performed to a capacity audience.
Death of a Living God
A lifetime spent fighting for his country has left Pharaoh Ramesses the Third with enemies both within and outside his court. When a plot to take his life emerges, it is up to a naïve young girl from an outlying district of his kingdom to uncover the conspiracy. As she delves deeper, she encounters...