There is not necessarily a title

For the first time in a what appears forever, I have had to think about writing my post. Things have been hectic and very demanding of my time, and it has felt like I was juggling puzzle pieces. I have moved interstate and for many reasons it has been difficult but that very fact gave […]

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Book Corner Chilling in August

Books, books and more books. I can’t think of anything better and yet I constantly come across people who don’t read. Media has a lot to answer for but then is the problem media or is it us? It is so easy to hand over an iPad, or a phone to entertain our children rather […]

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Imposter syndrome, friend or foe

A few days ago, I was talking to a friend of mine about how often the feeling of inadequacy comes up in this industry, or for that matter in any profession that can be deemed creative. I think creative people put themselves in the limelight with their creation, be it a book or a part […]

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Kirsty Mcmanus, Japan, and writing

I think I am so lucky to be able to introduce the wonderful and talented people I come across constantly. The decision to run a blog might have traumatised me at one stage but these days it only brings me pleasure. This month I am particularly happy because not only does Kirsty’s writing have humour […]

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Forgotten Magic, a look at nature from Emotions in Eruption

Thought I would do a poem this post. I have used nature as my muse in all three of my books, Emotions in Eruption, Emotions in Evolution and my new one Emotions in Existence. I am convinced if we allowed it, nature would enrich our lives to an extent that would surprise us. It’s not […]

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Book Corner Chilling in July

I totally love the chilling in this month’s selection. The books are so varied, not just the genres but the plots and the characters, and the style of writing. One of my favourite authors is Amy Harmon. Seriously, anything you read by her has you prisoner from the first page, or word. What I love […]

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Imposter Syndrome: Part 2 -Imposter or the real deal, only you can decide

As promised, here I am with part 2 on the imposter syndrome and some interesting (I think so anyway) insights on people who know the syndrome firsthand. Viv Thackray (click on the link to see her Thrive Global article), says that the feelings experienced are more common than we may believe. She mentions Maya Angelou […]

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