Dale Lorna Jacobsen

Dale Lorna Jacobsen (writer of three historical novels: ‘Union Jack’(2011), a political intrigue set in Queensland in the 1920s; ‘Yenohan’s Legacy’ (2013), a story of love and life in the High Country of Australia, ‘Being Lucy, the story of a recluse’ (2018), the story of a mountain recluse set in East Gippsland.

BIO:

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Dale Lorna Jacobsen is a freelance writer who has the good fortune to live in the bush just outside Maleny. She is passionate about Australian grass-roots history, which led to the publication of three novels: ‘Union Jack’ (2011), political intrigue set in Queensland in the 1920s; ‘Yenohan’s Legacy’ (2013), a story of love and life in the High Country of Australia, and ‘Being Lucy, the story of a recluse’ (2018), the story of a mountain recluse set in East Gippsland.

In 2013 she fulfilled a life-long dream, taking part in an expedition to Antarctica, and produced an ebook, ‘Why Antarctica? a Ross Sea odyssey’ (2015). Dale has since returned twice to Antarctica and is writing a series of books on the 7th continent.

Dale is currently writing the memoir of John Russell, a 98-year-old Antarctic Veteran and ‘Aurora: Running with Huskies’, a novel.

You can find Dale online at: http://www.dalelornajaobsen.com/

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