Monthly Archives: May 2013

Nick Earls writer of a variety of great books …guest interview

Nick Earls blog Q&A’s May 2013 Q1          What’s your typical daily routine? It now has childcare drop-offs and pick-ups, which it didn’t used to, and I only work four days a week at the moment so that I can spend … Continue reading

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Rowena Cory Daniells books brief reviews…

This is a brief review of Rowena’s books The King’s Bastard Totally enthralling, so easy to get involved with the characters, laughing at their happy banter, feeling heart achingly sick when they seemed to face impossible odds. There is so … Continue reading

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Colour Blindness test …

I thought this is really interesting, I got every one right, so did my son but my dear hubby only managed to see one of the plates. Perhaps that’s why when I asked him if he liked the new background … Continue reading

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Originally posted on countingletters:
On the train home from university this afternoon, I boarded a carriage with very few spare seats. I set up shop (read: positioned myself in a corner with The Age) opposite a distinctive group of individuals,…

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Happy Mothers Day 2013…

Happy Mothers Day …. AND GOD CREATED MOTHERS When the good Lord was creating mothers He was into his Sixth day of overtime when an angel appeared and said “You’re doing a lot of fiddling around on this one.” And … Continue reading

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Interview with Michelle Worthington author children’s picture books

Michelle Worthington is the author of Start of the Ocean, The Pink Pirate, The Bedtime Band, Yellow Dress Day and e-books. Her books for children are bright and enticing and the stories within are stories that relate to feelings and … Continue reading

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