I can’t believe that it has been so long since my last blog post. Over the last few years I’ve been caught up in all that a PhD demands, started … Continue reading
If you use the internet – in any capacity – read news online, tweet, comment on forums, you need to watch this. Monica Lewinski gives a TED talk about the … Continue reading
I’m pleased to announce that while I have resigned from my duties at Ballarat Writers this year, I’ve agreed to help out with publicity for the fantastic upcoming Death in July … Continue reading
After this week’s Piers Ackerman Peppa Pig fiasco I got thinking about feminism in kid’s show.
Today is the first International Day of the Girl Child. Some people will sigh “Another ‘Day of The…’ Do we need a day for everything? Is it just another day … Continue reading
As the old adage goes, you should never judge a book by its cover. Which is exactly what I did when I picked up Dulcie Deamer’s autobiography off a small … Continue reading
Today is International Women’s Day and I’ve been inspired by Whispering Gums to think of texts by women which have inspired me. I’m busy today, running off to a Ballarat … Continue reading
Jill Blee’s historical fiction always grabs a reader early because of its setting, and The Pines Hold Their Secrets is no exception. Set on Norfolk Island when it was a … Continue reading