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Ian Stewart
Sydney, Australia
Author of the epic Nanyang, The Unintentional Jihadi and six other books.
Interests: Writing, keeping fit, meditation, following world events, especially Asian (as befits a former foreign correspondent), music (classical and jazz)
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The Lust of Comrade Lu, a fiction book very relevant to current developments, tells the story of a woman who loses the love of the man she adores, is pursued by a man she reviles and dies in a shocking... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2014 at Writer's Blog
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Dear Paul I am delighted to hear from a nephew of Jack Baragwanath. And I am pleased you enjoyed my short reference to him. He was very encouraging to me in particular and was a source of inspiration that contributed to my eventual determination to go overseas and become a foreign correspondent. It is terribly sad that his life and work were cut short. He would have achieved much more in the field of journalism and his life generally. Best regards, Ian
Toggle Commented Aug 14, 2012 on The Beginning at Writer's Blog
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It's coming to eat you! I prefer the old icon.
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I first published Nanyang, my new historical novel, as an Amazon eBook. [See: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B006PHIPU4]. I then went on to produce a print edition - a more challenging task. The 700-page paperback is now available at: http://www.amazon.com/Nanyang-Mr-Ian-Gordon-Stewart/dp/1468153013 The culmination of ten... Continue reading
Posted Jun 8, 2012 at Writer's Blog
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Thank you so much, Deborah. That's great! I will now rest easy.:-)
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