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Happy Easter ~ Handmade Baskets

Every year, I like to welcome in spring with herb markers and baskets.  This year, the baskets worked well with my spring collection: Turks and Caicos… 279 more words

A Little-Known Band With a Big Sound

Maybe the coolest thing about being a sporadic music writer is that sometimes you get to hear a band’s record before it comes out. But there’s an annoying rub when you fall so in love with it that you want to play it for everybody and you want to talk about it all the time, but the file you got from the record label is password protected and you have to be like, “Arrrgghh just wait, it’s not out til May.” You feel like a dick, especially in this age of instant cyber gratification, like when bands throw songs onto Bandcamp with no fanfare, no publicity, not even an actual physical record or CD. 1,128 more words

Tenderness, suspense and dementia - my review of 'The Night Guest', Fiona McFarlane

The Night Guest is the debut novel by Australian author Fiona McFarlane. This surprising and assured story has just been short-listed for this year’s Stella Prize for Australian Women Writers. 400 more words

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High Anxiety – my so-called writing process

I was tagged in this fascinating blog chain about how writers write by Kate Belle. Kate and I met at the Elizabeth Jolley Conference, which was the prelude to the Romance Writers of Australia Conference, in Fremantle. 835 more words

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