Tag Archives: Australia

Dear Friends

It is over four months since I last wrote to you, and six weeks since I returned from my visit to family in Australia. Such a rich, special time; experiencing the highs and lows of ordinary family life and often … Continue reading

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The Perfect Spot for a Second Honeymoon

I love Australia with its idiosyncratic names, and its beaches are awesome. Over half my family live there. And I can relate well to Noosa, the romantic setting for Megan Mayfair’s first novel. I can’t wait to read it. Over … Continue reading

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A Contented Romantic Novelist

A warm welcome to Helen Rolfe, one of the newer members of our Crooked Cat‘s cradle. I haven’t read her book The Friendship Tree yet, but the very title conjures up pleasing images. The Friendship Tree is your first novel. How long … Continue reading

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People Matter More than Possessions

Today I welcome back fellow Crooked Cat author, Sue Barnard as we chat about this and that. We have a few things in common, I see, for I, too, was adopted (for a different reason); and the bulk of my … Continue reading

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Around and About on Ailsa’s Birthday

This is a great birthday present from Jane. I always like coming to visit on her blog and as tomorrow is my birthday she has let me run mad with my imagination. The Birthday Fairy is going to grant me … Continue reading

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An Off the Page Event

This Saturday (19th July) is the day of the University of Southern Queensland’s first ever Bookcase – an off the page event showcasing the power of the written word. And a copy of my book has winged its way there … Continue reading

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Everything is Upside Down in Canada

ROUND THE WORLD WALKABOUT Part 2. Guelph and Toronto August 2001 Everything is upside down in Canada – traffic on the wrong side of the road, taps opening up and down, and  lights switching on downwards instead of up.  The … Continue reading

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A Little Matter to do with Tarot Reading

Today I’m interviewing Helen Howell, another special author from the Crooked Cat cradle. She lives down-under, and if it weren’t for her advice on a little matter to do with tarot reading, I’d be guilty of a lapse in my … Continue reading

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