A Country Practice: New Beginnings

by Judith Colquhoun


Based on the award-winning, international hit television series A Country Practice, this new series of novels follows the lives and loves of the rural community of Wandin Valley, South-Eastern Australia.  Judith won numerous Australian Writer's Guild awards while working on the show in the 1980s and 1990s, and wrote more episodes than any other writer.

ANZ LitLovers Review
By Lisa Hill on the Blog for lovers of Australian and N.Z. literary fiction.

​​​​Welcome to the website of Melbourne writer Judith Colquhoun.


Best known for her long career as a television script-writer and editor, Judith has in more recent years turned her attention away from the small screen. 


Television is a team sport; that’s what makes it so much fun, so creatively enriching and so exhausting. After several decades – and having had the good fortune to work with some of the best in the business – Judith thought it was time for a change. She found herself longing, if not for an attic, at least for a quiet place where such things as bad weather, tight budgets and tighter deadlines – not to mention some poor actor’s broken leg – were not her problem. 


Her first novel, Thicker Than Water, was published by Black Pepper Publishing in 2014. Her second novel, A Country Practice: Book 1: New Beginnings was published by Corazon Books in July 2015. Both novels are now available.​ 

Welcome

Judith Colquhoun

​Australian writer and author

Australian Society of Authors
Promotes and protects interests of Australian literary creators.

A Country Practice on Amazon
Book 1: New Beginnings is available
on Amazon in paperback and as eBook.​

Corazon Books
Great stories with hear. Publisher of
the A Country Practice novels. 

Links

Thicker Than Water on Amazon
Thicker Than Water available on
Amazon.com. 

Black Pepper Publishing
Independent Australian publisher  with a focus on fiction and poetry. 

Other ​Thicker Than Water Reviews
Other reviews found by my publishers at Black Pepper.​

Thicker Than Water

by Judith Colquhoun


Writers and artists had come here for centuries but she was neither. She was not even seeking a new lover or running away from an old one. No, her mission was altogether different. And the fact that she came in a Boeing instead of a chariot drawn by griffins should not have encouraged anyone to doubt the seriousness of her purpose. Lucy was Nemesis. She had come to settle a very old score.

The Australian Writers Guild
Professional association for radio, television, screen and stage writers.

Review of Thicker Than Water
Review by the Word Pirate, author and scriptwriter Ben Marshall.​