Monthly Archives: March 2014

So, you think you’ll write a novel . . .

Well, not much of a task is it? A novel, yep can’t be that hard, after all look around you, books everywhere. On the net, bookshops, garage sales, junk shops, libraries. Yes, it’s an epidemic, a bit common really. If … Continue reading

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Suddenly we are old . . .

We never think that we’ll age . . . well come on now be honest. As we hit our forties and fifties we are still (given good genes and good luck) very active and productive. But we do begin to say things like . . .oh, I … Continue reading

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A lovely neighbour. . .

Something sad has happened in my street. A lovely neighbour died yesterday. She was a mother, a sister, a daughter and special to many people. She wasn’t old enough to leave us; she still had life tasks to complete, like … Continue reading

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On Motherhood and Disability . . .

Last week I was fortunate to attend a writing / book event in Melbourne. Margaret Drabble appeared in person at the ‘Wheelers Centre’. I guess the tour was part of a promotion for her newest book called ‘The Pure Gold Baby’ released … Continue reading

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