Books by Terry Belleville
The restoration of a ramshackle country pub in Australia was a daunting prospect at any time. Tackling it in the grim 1930’s was madness. They would battle doubts, isolation, deadly fires, droughts, and heat that showed no mercy. Yet, along the way, they would discover riches they had never expected.
Kindness comes in many forms. You could give someone a kidney or just say hello. It all counts. There’s a lot of my life captured between these pages. Some of it’s funny, some a little off beat. I hope you find moments that warm and comfort you and occasionally something that gives you a laugh or makes you smile.
Now, settled into a trendy, illegal sublet of a dead woman’s walk-up in New York City, Freya Locke carries bedpans through the shot in a daytime soap. At night, she acts in shabby theatres doing obscure plays. New York is a very big city with too many places to be lonely. So, one day Freya tells a lie. It’s a little lie but it pays off. People start to pay more attention. She’s even become so interesting that the self-obsessed dude she’s been stalking may drop the restraining order.
Inevitably though, that day arrives when honesty matters. The life she has so carefully created is seriously threatened. Why did she let it go so far? How could one little lie have become so dangerous?
Terry Belleville was born in Australia and now lives in Canada with his wife, actress, Donna Belleville. They have two sons and four brilliant and gorgeous grandchildren. Terry has acted extensively on stage. He has also written for stage, television, film and print. He founded The Factory Inc., a creative resource for agencies and The Film Factory, which produced commercials, documentaries, and dramas.
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