It was a privilege.

It was a privilege to be asked to write for The Cancer Society in 2019. The organisation which helps those affected by the disease and their loved ones. In a world oversaturated by information and

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Mirror Wood

When a hidden society of magicians build a cursed maze underneath Venice, it's up to Eliza Malone to shatter its illusions and free the prisoners kept within before they are trapped forever. Genre: MG Fiction

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My introduction to Hughes was, like most art students, loud bold and uncompromising. Shock of the New both in print and television became the basis for my exposure to modern art…

The Fatal Shore – Robert Hughes.

This heavy tome which can only be described as an epic, surely requires a dedication and commitment to read to the end. It's long. The Appendixes run at sixty seven pages. Its dense with narrative

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