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A Life Singular

Welcome to Lorraine Pestell’s website, where you’ll find the latest news and links to each book in her epic 7-part contemporary fiction series.

A Life Singular is Lorraine’s life’s work; a love story and family saga set primarily in Melbourne, Australia. Dealing with today’s complex social justice issues, the each book tempts readers deeper into the soul of a rock star who loses his soulmate.

The books take readers on a spectacular journey around the world and through the ages, as the much-loved songwriter and his children come to terms with life in its many forms and guises.

“We’re all in a minority of one.”

Latest Blog Posts

A Life Singular, first chapter

Here’s a teaser about how the series starts… For a synopsis, please go to Book 1 – A Life Singular. I look forward to reading your comments! Copyright First published in Australia in 2013 Copyright © Lorraine Pestell 2021 The moral right of this author has been asserted. All characters, places and events in this […]

Getting back to writing!

Dear readers, Very sorry to have been away from writing and updating my website. Life has really challenged me over the last few years, but I’m determined to finish the A Life Singular series. Thank you to my loyal band of Facebook followers, particularly Jenny, Rob, Jane and Sandra, who kept gently reminding me that […]

Lorraine loves hearing from readers, so please drop by the Contact page and send a question or comment. You can also subscribe to find out when new blog posts are published.

The final book in the series, A Life After, is due for release in late 2022.

Books

Find out more about the seven books in the A Life Singular series.

Biography

Lorraine Pestell’s life has taken many turns. A Life Singular has been a work-in-progress for over five decades.

Charities

Sales proceeds from Lorraine’s books go to two Australian not-for-profit organisations helping young people make the most of their education.

“Life is like a book. One has to know when to turn the page.”

Hubert de Givenchy
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