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777 Writing Challenge

I’m absorbed in the middle of my Scrivener software tutorial, wondering why it’s taken me so long to discover this wonderful writing tool! Suddenly my phone is blipping and I’ve been nominated for the 777 Writing Challenge. The rules of the … Continue reading

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Musings post-Sydney Writers Festival 2015

One of the themes discussed at this year’s thought-provoking Sydney Writers’ Festival was — why do we read fiction? One theory put forward in the SWF event, A Pack of Lies – Narration in Fiction, is that we read to … Continue reading

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Sizzling book descriptions…

I’m back from the cave (actually, we call it Nanna’s room, for when she visits—otherwise it’s where I write.) I’ve finally pressed the upload button on Amazon, and Arafura – Unfinished Business (the sequel to Arafura – Blood, the Wet and … Continue reading

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