"I try to get down to Peggoty’s Point at least once a week. Any longer than that and I feel like the old girl starts to pine for me. Peggoty’s isn’t one of the touristy places around here; most locals don’t even know about it. Grandad took me fishing there the first time when I was eight years old but the sandflies were lethal and we gave up and left after half an hour. But I remembered, for years, that in that half hour I hooked five of the biggest whiting I’d ever seen, and that the water amongst the mangroves was so clear you could see your bait bouncing along the bottom."
Jase, Peggoty's Point.
A novel about finding your place, and doing everything you can to protect it.
(work in progress)