Robert James Sully was born and educated in Pinner, England, and emigrated to Melbourne, Australia, in 1964, where he has lived ever since. He is a permanent resident of Australia but has retained his British citizenship. Robert has had a long career as an executive in the distribution industry and retired at the age of sixty to open a takeaway food café with his wife, Ann.
He has always had an interest in writing poetry and only completed his novel during the COVID lockdown when he at last found the time he required, and there was plenty of that as Melbourne had one of the longest lockdowns in the world.
Daddy Won't You Please Come Home?
At 21, Sam Middlemas was haunted by a recurring dream: two little girls of distinct backgrounds beckoning him home. He tried to shake it off, but the dream persisted. It wasn’t until he saw his own daughter grow that he recognized her as one of the girls from his visions. Tragedy struck when his d...