Noel Braun commenced his working life as a country school teacher, then moved into a corporate career which took him from Melbourne to Perth and Sydney. He has had a lifelong passion for writing and wrote the first words of his novels over forty years ago. After a busy career and raising a family of four, he has found the time in retirement to fulfil his long-held ambition to see his work in print.
Noel has written two novels; Friend and Philosopher and Whistler Street. He has published four memoirs. No Way to Behave at a Funeral describes his grief journey following the death by suicide of his wife Maris. The Day was Made for Walking continues his journey as he undertakes a pilgrimage along the Camino de Santiago de Compostela through France and Spain. I Guess I’ll Just Keep on Walking and Keep Pressing On, Brother continue his exploration of the Camino through France, Spain and Portugal.
Noel presses on with his writing. He is a regular contributor to newsletters and is working on other manuscripts. He lives in the Snowy Mountains in the south-east of Australia and enjoys getting out in the national parks surrounding his home.<\p>