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In the second thrilling instalment of the Mapmaker Chronicles by Australian author A.L. Tait, Quinn is taken prisoner by a ruthless enemy.Tomas laughed. You think thats terrifying? Wait till you meet the pescarn . . . they will eat the flesh off your

In the second thrilling instalment of the Mapmaker Chronicles by Australian author A.L. Tait, Quinn is taken prisoner by a ruthless enemy.

Tomas laughed. 'You think that's terrifying? Wait till you meet the pescarn . . they will eat the flesh off your bones in minutes.'

In the second book in this thrilling series, Mapmaker Quinn is far from home in an exotic land filled with dangerous creatures and ruthless enemies.

In the second thrilling instalment of the Mapmaker Chronicles by Australian author A.L. Tait, Quinn is taken prisoner by a ruthless enemy.

Tomas laughed. 'You think that's terrifying? Wait till you meet the pescarn . . they will eat the flesh off your bones in minutes.'

In the second book in this thrilling series, Mapmaker Quinn is far from home in an exotic land filled with dangerous creatures and ruthless enemies.

Daniel Donald MacPherson (born 25 April 1980) is an Australian actor and television presenter, best known for his roles as; Joel Samuels on Neighbours , PC Cameron Tait on British police drama The Bill , and Senior Detective Constable Simon Joyner in City Homicide . He has previously co-hosted Dancing with the Stars alongside Edwina Bartholomew and starred as Jack Keenan in Wild Boys (2011). Most recently, he was cast as Scott Murphy (ex-husband of Amelia Murphy in which they share a child) in the new tv series APB (2017).

MacPherson grew up in Sydney's beachside suburb of Cronulla where he lists swimming, cycling, rugby, surfing, golf and watching the Cronulla Sharks , a rugby league football team, as his favourite pastimes. MacPherson went on to live in Melbourne for many years before relocating to Sunshine Beach, Queensland before returning to Sydney for work in 2010. He has been based in the USA since 2013.

He was accepted into Mensa at the age of 10 and went on to attend the academically selective school Sydney Boys High School . [1] [2] An avid fitness advocate, MacPherson regularly competes in triathlons and marathons.

In the second thrilling instalment of the Mapmaker Chronicles by Australian author A.L. Tait, Quinn is taken prisoner by a ruthless enemy.

Tomas laughed. 'You think that's terrifying? Wait till you meet the pescarn . . they will eat the flesh off your bones in minutes.'

In the second book in this thrilling series, Mapmaker Quinn is far from home in an exotic land filled with dangerous creatures and ruthless enemies.

Daniel Donald MacPherson (born 25 April 1980) is an Australian actor and television presenter, best known for his roles as; Joel Samuels on Neighbours , PC Cameron Tait on British police drama The Bill , and Senior Detective Constable Simon Joyner in City Homicide . He has previously co-hosted Dancing with the Stars alongside Edwina Bartholomew and starred as Jack Keenan in Wild Boys (2011). Most recently, he was cast as Scott Murphy (ex-husband of Amelia Murphy in which they share a child) in the new tv series APB (2017).

MacPherson grew up in Sydney's beachside suburb of Cronulla where he lists swimming, cycling, rugby, surfing, golf and watching the Cronulla Sharks , a rugby league football team, as his favourite pastimes. MacPherson went on to live in Melbourne for many years before relocating to Sunshine Beach, Queensland before returning to Sydney for work in 2010. He has been based in the USA since 2013.

He was accepted into Mensa at the age of 10 and went on to attend the academically selective school Sydney Boys High School . [1] [2] An avid fitness advocate, MacPherson regularly competes in triathlons and marathons.

Alla Hoo Ho o and Mr3 have been doing some bushwalking. Apparently, they went to Bushwalking School, where they learned to watch out for snakes. The school is under a tree, down a path. They take water bottles and snacks. They have buried treasure in the bush, but they haven’t made a treasure map yet so they don’t know where it is.

“She wears she’s dress,” he said. “She has a special green one for bushwalking. But she doesn’t wear her shoes with the stands on them. They would be too hard to walk in.”

So sensible. Once again I found myself wondering how imaginary this friend is. Then again, he wouldn’t really have gone bushwalking with her without telling me, now would he?

In the second thrilling instalment of the Mapmaker Chronicles by Australian author A.L. Tait, Quinn is taken prisoner by a ruthless enemy.

Tomas laughed. 'You think that's terrifying? Wait till you meet the pescarn . . they will eat the flesh off your bones in minutes.'

In the second book in this thrilling series, Mapmaker Quinn is far from home in an exotic land filled with dangerous creatures and ruthless enemies.

Daniel Donald MacPherson (born 25 April 1980) is an Australian actor and television presenter, best known for his roles as; Joel Samuels on Neighbours , PC Cameron Tait on British police drama The Bill , and Senior Detective Constable Simon Joyner in City Homicide . He has previously co-hosted Dancing with the Stars alongside Edwina Bartholomew and starred as Jack Keenan in Wild Boys (2011). Most recently, he was cast as Scott Murphy (ex-husband of Amelia Murphy in which they share a child) in the new tv series APB (2017).

MacPherson grew up in Sydney's beachside suburb of Cronulla where he lists swimming, cycling, rugby, surfing, golf and watching the Cronulla Sharks , a rugby league football team, as his favourite pastimes. MacPherson went on to live in Melbourne for many years before relocating to Sunshine Beach, Queensland before returning to Sydney for work in 2010. He has been based in the USA since 2013.

He was accepted into Mensa at the age of 10 and went on to attend the academically selective school Sydney Boys High School . [1] [2] An avid fitness advocate, MacPherson regularly competes in triathlons and marathons.

Alla Hoo Ho o and Mr3 have been doing some bushwalking. Apparently, they went to Bushwalking School, where they learned to watch out for snakes. The school is under a tree, down a path. They take water bottles and snacks. They have buried treasure in the bush, but they haven’t made a treasure map yet so they don’t know where it is.

“She wears she’s dress,” he said. “She has a special green one for bushwalking. But she doesn’t wear her shoes with the stands on them. They would be too hard to walk in.”

So sensible. Once again I found myself wondering how imaginary this friend is. Then again, he wouldn’t really have gone bushwalking with her without telling me, now would he?

Great news from Australian Writers’ Centre presenter and podcast co-host Allison Tait. Her successful series The Mapmaker Chronicles has been optioned for film – snapped up by Australian production company Whoa Flamingo !

Whoa indeed. And while that doesn’t mean you’ll be buying popcorn and watching it any time in the near future, it does mean that they’ve called “dibs” on getting the film developed. (There are many hoops to jump through before then.) Naturally, Allison is excited to announce the discovery of this new territory for her trilogy – so we sat her down, blindfolded her, and asked her some questions.

Hi Allison. First up, let’s remove that blindfold. Sorry, not sure what we were thinking. Okay, so tell us, how and when did this whole “turning your book into a movie” thing come about?
“It’s taken six months to get to this point. In May, my agent (Jo Butler at Cameron’s Management) received a phone call out of the blue from Darren Ashton at Australian production company Whoa Flamingo, saying how much he loved the books. I had to sit down for a minute when she told me. Then I pretty much had to lie down when Darren said that he’d like me to be involved in writing the screenplay.”

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