25 Oct to 1 Nov
using standard courier delivery
Seventeen-year-old Natalie has two lives. At home, her life is governed by the unspoken rules of her Christian Orthodox background. At school, she is the Syrian girl who never goes to parties. She pretends she doesn't care, but deep down she just wants to be like everyone else. Natalie wants to have the freedom to choose her own destiny ... to fall in love with the new boy without fear of repercussions. Unspoken Rules is a fresh and inspiring story about family, first love, walking a cultural tightrope and freedom.
Lora began her writing journey aged ten - with a short story featuring an evil eyeball named Optic. Not her finest work but fortunately she kept on writing (Mills and Boon style short stories in her teens). Lora is married with a son, a daughter, a rescue dog called Chloe and a possum that won't go away (Chloe and the possum are often at war). She lives in the burbs of Melbourne, has a full time corporate job in Marketing, a passion for food, Harry Potter, Anne of Green Gables, coloured pencils, books books and more books, and an obsession with neatness (which is hard to come by with two kids, a dog, and a possum).