I’m almost thirty thousand words into my latest story and finding it heavy going. The first twenty thousand words came relatively easy; we were at.
Yesterday saw the official launch of the website. This is rather precious, perhaps, because the site has been up for two months but a great.
Friday 13 March 2015: I’m teaching again. I guess that the retirement was always going to be a contested zone but I didn’t expect it.
It’s late February and my wife and I are on a cruise to the Eastern end of Papua New Guinea. It’s a very welcome break.
I received the following Facebook post from my granddaughter, Emily. Emmy is one of the heroes of my stories. She’s a delightful young lady and.
There is a body of research literature around the whole idea of storytelling. Romantic writers at the beginning of the nineteenth century saw narrative as.
My website has been up for just a week and I am still at the stage of checking frequently to see who has been visiting.
It’s Australia Day: for readers outside Australia that means it‘s 26 January. Our national holiday commemorates the landing at Sydney Cove of the First Fleet.
Well, it’s refreshing that at age sixty-four I still have unmet ambitions and a bucket list that stretches over the page. But my website has.