At the ripe old age of 45 we have decided we have finally found somewhere we want to put down … Continue Reading We’re putting down roots!
I was delighted to be invited by Stephen Campbell to be on his podcast, Crimefiction.fm and, despite feeling decidedly odd being ‘on … Continue Reading As Long As She Lives on Crimefiction.fm!
I am thrilled to announce that the lovely people at Dymocks 234 Collins St (Melbourne CBD Store) will be hosting … Continue Reading Join me at Dymocks Melbourne for the As Long As She Lives Book Launch!
As of yesterday evening, I have in my Dropbox folder a shiny new file which is the fully edited and … Continue Reading As Long As She Lives is in production!
I am feeling more and more that my post-sea-rise/climate change novel should be my next project! We are on Day … Continue Reading Heatwave
I’m afraid I have to report that I didn’t make it to the summit. Those who know the Kosciusko summit … Continue Reading No, we didn’t fall off the mountain…
Seriously. As this post goes live to the interwebs, Superman, Caesar, Augusta and I should be leaving whatever accommodations we … Continue Reading Road Trip! Oh yeah, and we’re going to climb a mountain.
Superman and I took Caesar and Augusta up to the Blue Mountains on Sunday. Since we only had the one … Continue Reading Visiting the Three Sisters
Urgh. Feeling very much in the midst of this at the moment. We are pretty much in the same position … Continue Reading The Locusts are Coming!
We’re returning to Sydney January 8th 2010. I haven’t written about leaving Japan yet because, frankly, I’m quite sad about … Continue Reading There, I’ve said it.
As we take a break from packing to enjoy the bounty that is the-last-stuff-in-the-fridge, I thought I’d take the opportunity to make what will no doubt be the last post from Australia for quite some time. I say "packing" but … Continue Reading Last post from Sydney!
…”crickets”. At least that’s what it feels like here in Sydney. Buses are particularly bad here. In their attempt to … Continue Reading Hybrid cars blah blah, biofuels yada yada, public transport …
I know that there are many cockatoos who fly around the area from the national park but noone can tell … Continue Reading My feathered, very aussie friend.
Some people are City people, some people are mountain people, some feel landlocked if they are not on the coast … Continue Reading On Sydney Skies and their Storms
I took this a couple of months ago and forgot till I was clearing my phone’s memory card. I know Christmas and Easter have become a commercial opportunity to clear the shelves of excess product… but Lent? 🙂
Aaahhhh sweet, succulent, sparkling DSL… soooooo good 🙂 Now the bitch: At last, after 5 months of phone calls to Optus, Telstra, the TIO, the ACCC – round and round – trying to get Telstra to stop their anti-competitive behaviour … Continue Reading Technical Bitch