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Michael Beashel

Writer of Australian Historical Fiction
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Michael Beashel

Writer of Australian Historical Fiction
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Michael Beashel is a Best Selling Australian Historical Fiction Writer with a demonstrated history of working in the construction industry. Sydney born to Irish forebears who immigrated to New South Wales in the 1860s and settled in Millers Point. He is married with adult children and lives in Sydney’s inner west having spent his youth in Bondi. Beashel was head of Asset Development for a global accommodation services company registered on the NY Stock Exchange and has struck a blow at senior levels in some of Australia’s iconic construction companies including a ten-year stint at Lend Lease. In Sydney, Government restorations to Customs House and the Town Hall accompany commercial buildings completed in the private sector. In South East Asia, Beashel managed a construction division building apartments and hotels in Bangkok and Ho Chi Minh City.

This industry, its characters, clients, trades people, designers and bureaucrats, have provided a rich material for his writing. He has an eye for the emergence of Sydney’s built form, from the early days of the colony to the present, and a love of construction. He says about his writing, “it’s a passion and I revel in using the building industry as a tapestry to weave a great tale seasoned with historic facts and with memorable characters.”

Beashel’s three published novels in The Sandstone Trilogy showcase 19 century Sydney from the ground up and have garnered critical review. Unbound Justice the first novel has won No 1 In Amazon Rankings in three countries. A contributor to The Last Post and Afloat Magazines and he has appeared on ABC National Radio celebrating his novels. He is a holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Building) from Sydney’s UTS and is a member of Writing NSW.

Beashel is currently working on his next project, a fourth novel set in the 19 century.

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