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Naomi was born in Melbourne and grew up in the eastern suburbs of Victoria. Naomi discovered writing in high school where she found she was a natural writer. She won various English awards while at school and her teachers found her to be a promising student. In 2015 Naomi went back to School to study a Diploma in Community Services where she did a lot of research for a book idea she had. That research was used to write ‘Redefining Yellow’. Nowadays Naomi works in insurance and is part of a creative writing group that meets together on weekends. Naomi is excited to be starting a new novel that she hopes will meet the standard of her previous work.

Redefining Yellow

By Naomi Buttler

RRP: $22.95
ISBN: 9781922701695
Yellow is deceiving in all its beauty.

Do not be fooled by its brightness and splendour; there is a whole new level of darkness behind it. 

Yellow has brought me here…

Amelia’s problems began the day she chose a yellow piece of paper over a more popular colour. Since that day she has been prepared to accept the consequences that go with making unpopular decisions. 

Amelia is no stranger to pain, she has a negligent boyfriend, no parents and suffers from Anorexia Nervosa. She is desperately seeking answers to her brokenness.

University brings on a whole new set of problems and obstacles for Amelia. She finds a mysterious discussion group that answers the questions she has and opens her up to a new world of possibilities. The question is, will she be prepared for answers once she has them?

“A moving and thoughtful tale, told with care and consideration from a new and talented author…one for the generations now and in the future to consider…well done…” Patrick, Indiebook Reviewer

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