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DOWN UNDER INTERVIEWS with Paul Rushworth-Brown – Episode 15

Australian author/interviewer Paul Rushworth-Brown interviews Author Tamara Chavalle about ‘But Baby, you’re worth it!’ It brings you into a world of birth injury and trauma that affects one in three Australian Mothers and birthing parents. This is a story about Tabitha. All she ever wanted was to be happy. And she was—until everything changed. Join us on this emotional rollercoaster as we delve into the heart-wrenching story of Tabitha, a mother whose joy was shattered by unforeseen tragedy.
Tabitha eagerly awaited the birth of her second baby, counting down the days and hours with excitement. But those blissful moments were cruelly replaced by pain, trauma, and heartache due to devastating mistakes made in the delivery room—mistakes that nearly cost her life.
As the full extent of the medical errors becomes painfully clear, Tabitha is faced with life-altering decisions that test her strength and Resilience. Her journey back from the brink is fraught with challenges: her job hangs by a thread, her mother’s health is deteriorating, and her children need her now more than ever.
Can Tabitha find the strength to heal what’s broken inside and reclaim her happiness? Tune in to "Baby, you’re worth it!" and follow her inspiring journey of courage, love, and the unyielding fight for a better tomorrow.
Tamara Chavalle lives in Sydney, Australia. In her debut novel she takes you into the world of birth injury and trauma that affects one in three Australian Mothers and birthing parents.
When Tamara isn’t writing, she can be found spending time with her family and friends. Often with a glass of moscato in hand and almost always sporting a pair of rhinestone encrusted cowboy boots. Travelling is one of her favourite pastimes, whether it be to the Gold Coast or the Golden state. Her favourite place on this earth though will always be on a picnic blanket, with her arms around her babies.

Paul Rushworth-Brown Paul Rushworth-Brown Author/Host of Down Under Interviews

Paul Rushworth-Brown is an English-born author whose mastery of historical fiction has garnered him a dedicated following and critical acclaim. Specialising in the 17th century, Rushworth-Brown possesses a unique talent for vividly recreating the atmosphere and social dynamics of the period, drawing readers into richly detailed narratives that explore the lives of ordinary people amidst significant historical events.
Rushworth-Brown's novels are not mere historical accounts. They are intricate tapestries that explore themes of survival, family, and the fight against social injustices. His storytelling, with its focus on human relationships, reveals the profound influence of historical circumstances on individual lives. What sets Rushworth-Brown apart is his meticulous research and commitment to authenticity, which breathe life into his settings and characters, offering readers a truly immersive experience.
Unlike many historical fiction writers who focus on the lives of royalty and the elite, Rushworth-Brown's narratives illuminate the experiences of ordinary people. His books often revolve around the struggles and triumphs of everyday individuals, offering a glimpse into the societal and economic challenges of the time. This perspective humanises history, showcasing the resilience and spirit of those who lived through it.
Rushworth-Brown's connection with his readers goes beyond the pages of his novels. He actively shares insights into his writing process and the historical contexts of his stories through various platforms, including social media, blogs, and interviews. This interaction deepens readers' appreciation for his work and fosters a sense of community as they learn more about the historical periods he so passionately portrays.

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