Here you'll find current articles I've written as well as book reviews. You can also check out my Sexy at 70 blog.

A Short Story

I wrote this story in 2010 for 'Shine', a Science Fiction anthology, based on optimistic visions of the future. Its editor, a Dutchman called Jetse de Vries, let it be known , he was looking for short stories which predicted a near future which was hopeful. This was brave as so many SF stories are […]

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How I keep my Sizzle in my 70's

I am 73 and have been happily married for 41 years. I have written a book ‘Sexy at 70’ which came out in October 2019.

I joined Instagram last year. My goal was to reach 10,000 followers so I could promote ....

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Bruce Review of Butterflies and Demons

“I do not admit”, said Churchill in 1937, “that a great wrong has been done to the black people of Australia… by the fact that a stronger race, a higher-grade race, or, at any rate, a more worldly-wise race, to put it that way, has come in and taken their place.”

One hundred years earlier, the South Australia Company set foot ...

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Push Publishing Review of Sexy at 70

“Sexy at 70 A Spiritual Journey", is an honest and wonderfully relatable account of how Eva emerged from the other side of menopause, experiencing self-discovery in her sexuality, and was re-born a flirty party raver in her 60s.

Flowering differently as she grew older, as well as the related inner struggle with vanity ...

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Wilkins Review of Sasha & Olga

I have just finished reading ‘Sasha & Olga’, by Eva Maria Chapman, a remarkable true story of courage, suffering, survival, loyalty and love, and I have been profoundly moved at many moments during this amazing account of human endeavour and experience. It is an inspiring, and well-written catharsis that is rich in research, experience and ...

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Adelaide Review of Sasha & Olga

Recently I finished reading an acclaimed book by Simon Montefiore. This book describes in dreadful detail the Stalinist regime in the USSR with all its horrific purges, murders and gulags. But after reading ‘Sasha and Olga’ by South Australian author, Eva Chapman, I got first-hand what Stalin’s psychotic policies did to ordinary people...

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Brodie Review of Sasha & Olga

I read Sasha & Olga in one sitting and am stunned. I thought the book moving and compelling. Some of the clashes you had with your parents had me in tears. The image of you running crying through the Adelaide night with only one shoe will stay with me forever.

The book was like a tragic love story wrapped in a history of twentieth century Europe ...

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