Ezvid Wiki Listing

I received an email this week from Ezvid Wiki, and discovered that my Frontier series has been 'wiki-ed' on their site under '10 Australian Authors Who Write Amazing Science Fiction.' 😊😊😊 You can find the entry here.

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Election Reflection

It's the day after the Federal election, here in Australia, and, like many Australian, I'm sitting here with very mixed feelings. Voting this time around has had me thinking pretty hard. Years ago, I would have voted without too much thought. My political opinions were much less nuanced than they are now and I like … Continue reading Election Reflection

A Time To Reflect

It's ANZAC Day in Australia. This year, we have two family members in the ADF. (Australian Defence Force). One will be marching for the first time. Our family has a history of service, with my father serving in the RAAF, along with several uncles, and another who was in the army, along with a grandfather … Continue reading A Time To Reflect

‘I bet I won’t get even one…’

For some reason this week, my social media feeds have been full of 'I bet I won't get even one like/share...' posts. I have no idea what provokes people to share images/comments like that. Or make them think everyone else will share them. Obviously some people do, but I don't. In fact, maybe it's just … Continue reading ‘I bet I won’t get even one…’

What’s All the Fuss About the 14th of February?

Apparently it's Valentines Day. Shops are (and have been for a while) full of advertising, love hearts made of chocolate/flowers/paper/cards/other stuff, and florists are doing a roaring trade. How could anyone miss it? When I was a child, I had no idea that Valentines Day was actually a thing. I remember my first reference to … Continue reading What’s All the Fuss About the 14th of February?

A Country of Contrasts

I'm sitting here in NSW, in a drought stricken town, refreshing my browser intermittently to check on the status of Townsville, in far north Queensland, where our daughter lives. It's so dry here that many of our local farmers have sold the vast majority of their stock. Our watercourses are dry, and the landscape fluctuates … Continue reading A Country of Contrasts