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Golden Hope: An interview with Johanna Nicholls

Set in the gold-fields and back roads of recently federated Australia, Golden Hope follows equestrienne Clytie Hart as she travels with the roving Wildebrand Circus. Historical author Johanna Nicholls – who worked as Head Script Editor of ABC TV Drama – tells us about the vivid dreams that delivered her characters, her shocking experience at a circus as a young girl, and her newest villain: Vlad the Knife-Thrower. 2,101 more words

Tomorrow's End a few words from the author Carolyn Page

A few words about Tomorrow’s End by the author herself:

Tomorrow’s End, Dear Ones, welcomes you to find yourself.

If you consider yourself to be a Light Worker; i.e., one who needs to be ever growing, ever developing; you have come home. 260 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Meet Carolyn Page author of Tomorrow's End

SB @ Indie Adda: Tell us something about yourself. Who are you really? The more you tell the happier we will be.

Carolyn Page: Australian born, I have always felt somewhat different. 636 more words

Sharmishtha Basu

Mark Cohen: Law Firms Have Entered a New Collaborative Era [Comment]

Mark Cohen, the founder of legal delivery consultancy, Legal Mosaic, has said that a tectonic shift in the global legal sector is driving a need for collaboration between law firms and other types of business, often in search of legal tech solutions. 1,071 more words


Miodrag Živanović: Constitution of BiH established tribalism led by mage

Miodrag Živanović, a professor at the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Banja Luka, believes that the Constitution of Bosnia and Herzegovina is fully non-civil, set up on the basis of nationalism from nineties. 1,383 more words


Interview with Emma Claire Sweeney, author of Owl Song at Dawn

Today I’m delighted to be welcoming the talented Emma Claire Sweeney to my blog as the final stop on the Owl Song at Dawn blog tour… 2,444 more words

Data structures and algorithms practice resources

Here are the sites I have experience with and my thoughts

  • LeetCode is excellent because there are many problems and explanations. Furthermore the problems without explanations have answers and commented solutions in the discussion boards.
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