Last week was a week of author firsts for me. On Thursday night, eight of the Bindarra Creek authors held a talk at Toronto library (Lake Macquarie, NSW) For many of us, including me, it was our first author talk. We had a great audience who were really engaged and asked great questions. We felt
Can they score a love match the second time around? Almost twenty years ago, Belinda Morrison’s teenage dreams of playing top level cricket were shattered after a night of fun went wrong. While she lay in a hospital bed, the ute’s driver, her boyfriend Marc, left town. Now Marc Orsini’s a cop, and he’s been sent
After many hours of editing, Chasing Dreams has been sent off to my editor and beta-readers. Now comes the anxious wait while I try not to think about the fact someone is reading my story! At this stage, I’m still on track to release it by the end of March. Next job is to write
Like many writers, writing isn’t something I’m able to do full-time at this stage. While I don’t have a 9-5 job, I homeschool my teen and consider that my first priority. We’re mostly natural learners which means he follows his passions rather than having formal lessons. So learning time stretches from when he gets up
On a rabbit trail of TED talks (as is so easy to do!), I stumbled across this gem. Ken Hughes (who has an adorable Irish accent 🙂 ) took on the challenge of doing one new thing every day for 365 days, and talked about how it fueled his creativity. Definitely food for thought!