Life is far too important a thing ever to talk seriously about. Oscar Wilde

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Bronwen Scott-Branagan
Bronwen Scott-Branagan
  • Country: Australia
  • Books: 13
  • Profession: Retired university Associate Professor, ESL, EFL
  • Born: 23 December
  • Member Since: Jan 2017
  • Profile Views: 16,120
  • Followers: 2
  • Writing:

    Romance Christian Fiction Children's Poetry Biographies & Memoirs Religion & Spirituality
BIOGRAPHY

I love to write, edit and self-publish now that I'm retired; it's a time-consuming hobby, but great fun. I have thirteen grandchildren and one great-granddaughter, enjoy gardening, walking, my friends, my church community and going on holidays. Oh, yes, my dear Maltese Terrier died last year, but I have three goldfish.

  • Bronwen Scott-Branagan

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Do You Love God?

Publish Date: Jul 31, 2016

Genre: Religion & Spirituality

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Bronwen Scott-Branagan's Books

Do You Love God?

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Publication Date: Jul 31, 2016

Religion & Spirituality

The Memoirs of Genevieve Cutler

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Publication Date: Sep 27, 2016

Biographies & Memoirs

St. Paul's Letter to the Celts

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Publication Date: Aug 19, 2016

Religion & Spirituality

5 (1 ratings)

Joan: Sunshine and Shadows (The Joan Murray Series Book 2)

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Publication Date: Aug 19, 2016

Children's

5 (1 ratings)

Chips Quackety

Chips Quackety

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Children's

The Pandanus People

The Pandanus People

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Publication Date: Nov 14, 2011

Children's

4 (1 ratings)

Joan and The Great Depression (The Joan Murray Series Book 1)

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Publication Date: Aug 08, 2016

Children's

5 (1 ratings)

The Practising Christian

The Practising Christian

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Christian Nonfiction, Religion & Spirituality

Bronwen Scott-Branagan Interview

  • On 11, 04 2017

    Bronwen Scott-Branagan interview

    Author Bronwen Scott-Branagan has led a full life, flitting to and from different countries and cultures with her family. Her mother and teacher were always very supportive of her writing, and from a young age, she was already writing as a 'Sunbeam' for The Sun, a Melbourne newspaper. Bronwen penned her popular "Joan" series based on her own childhood and experiences... read full interview

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