About Rhonda Valentine Dixon
Rhonda Valentine Dixon has completed a Diploma of Family History through the University of Tasmania and is excited about assisting others to research the stories of their ancestors.
She also holds a BA Hons from Griffith University. Her thesis, entitled The Transformative Effects of the Steam Locomotive in English Literature, combines two of her passions, literature and steam engines.
Rhonda has co-written three books on assisting children with Autism Spectrum Disorders to communicate more effectively and a children’s picture book which illustrates how amazing elderly people can be.
In 2018 Rhonda participated in an author expo which culminated in the writing of the compilation book Get Known Be Seen – How to Write Your Book and Leverage It in which each author’s story is documented as a chapter.
Rhonda also writes for two ‘what’s on in our region’ publications, Sandgate Guide and Redcliffe Guide.
She can generally be found immersed in words working on one or other of her current projects – or chasing her ancestors, (or yours if you’ve been brave enough to ask for her help.)