Today in the Confessional, host Sandy Lowres welcomes back Tara Moss as we talk about her incredible new book, feminism and why the world needs more strong female role models.
Since 1999 Canadian-Australian author Tara Moss has written 14 books, published in 19 countries and 13 languages. Her latest is the internationally released historical crime novel, The Ghosts of Paris, the sequel to her celebrated novel, The War Widow focusing on a gutsy female protagonist, Private Investigator, Sydney born Billie Walker. The Ghosts of Paris is already receiving brilliant reviews and we highly recommend it! It is a beautifully written novel filled with intrigue and heart felt emotion, set against a backdrop of post-WWII London and Paris.
Throughout her incredible career, Tara has been an outspoken advocate for human rights and the rights of women, children and people with disabilities, has been a UNICEF Australia Goodwill Ambassador since 2007.
As an ambulatory wheelchair user with CRPS (Complex Regional Pain Syndrome), she brings advocacy and visibility to issues of disability and chronic pain, and the need to normalize mobility aids. In 2020 she accepted the honorary role of Pain Champion with Pain Australia. In 2021 she was chosen as a Global Change Maker by Conscious Being magazine for her disability and chronic pain activism and was a recipient of the Honorary Citizen Award for the City of Victoria for her work on accessibility rights.
The Ghost of Paris is available here, or in all leading bookstores:
You can follow Tara Moss here: