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Vicky Adin is an award winning New Zealand historical fiction author. She lives on the North Shore of Auckland within walking distance of the beach, the coffee shops and inspiration.
Three words sum up her passion in life: family, history and language.
After decades of genealogical research and a life-long love affair with words she has combined her skills to write poignant novels that weave family and history together, based on real people, with real experiences, in a way that makes the past come alive.
Vicky is particularly fascinated by the 19th Century pioneers who undertook hazardous journeys to find a better life. Especially the women, who needed strength of mind and body to survive, let alone flourish, in a new country still coming to terms with its existence. Being a genealogist in love with history, these men and women and their descendants drive her stories
Vicky Adin holds a MA(Hons) in English and Education. When not writing you will find her reading; travelling (especially caravanning and cruising) with her husband and biggest fan; spending time with her family, walking or gardening
Emma wants to forget, Charlotte never can. Together they remember Emma is an enterprising young journalist with a bright future, but her life and career are falling apart. She agrees to interview the ageing and reclusive, best-selling author Charlotte Day. Preferring her roses to people, Charlotte has a reputation for being cantankerous and is highly… [Read More]
Can one woman’s secrets change the life of another a century later? Megan is at her lowest ebb on the anniversary of her husband’s death when a mysterious parcel arrived. Intrigued by the journal written over a hundred years earlier by an unknown hand, she travels to Cornwall in search of its history. Shocked by what… [Read More]
From soldier to pacifist In 1863, young Daniel Adin, a trained soldier, embarks on an adventure of a lifetime. In pursuit of a new life and land to farm, he travels to New Zealand to fight an unknown enemy – the fearless Maori. A hundred and thirty years later, Libby is fascinated by the stories… [Read More]
Against overwhelming odds, can she save her legacy? Amid the bustling vibrancy of Auckland’s Karangahape Road, Gwenna Price’s passion is making sweets. Her pa had great plans for the family confectionery business when they emigrated from the valleys of Wales looking for a new life, but he died all too soon. Gwenna promised she would… [Read More]
Like making lace – she pieced together a new life from a single thread of hope Brigid loves her home and family, but she is torn. If she stays, she is another mouth to feed in a land plagued by starvation and poverty. If she leaves, she will never see any of them again. Heartbroken,… [Read More]
It’s been a while since I last posted here, and I’ve got so much to tell you. I’m so excited…
I’ve rebranded all my covers – as you can see on my profile page.
And I have a new release due out in May – ‘The Costumier’s Gift’ is the dual-timeline sequel continuing the family sagas of Brigid The Girl from County Clare and Gwenna The Welsh…[Read more]
It’s the last night before we hook on our caravan and head off for eight months of travel. My first blog of the year (written in January) explains some of what we are doing and, more importantly, why.
If you’d like to follow my journey, sign up for my newsletter and you’ll be able to see what I am doing and you’ll be invited to share your stories…[Read more]