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Books In Print…

 And not the BIP that all we who are/were librarians have used!

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 When my books are in print, these are the agencies through which they are distributed via the world’s biggest printing agency – IngramSpark (Lightning Source).

It is possible to go to any of those retailers with the ISBN of the book concerned, place an order and the book can be ordered…

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A Time of Firsts…

Earlier this year, I was heavily involved in a protest against salmon farming.

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The group to which I belonged was endeavouring to stop a private company and the Liberal Government of Tasmania from placing 28 high density pens off a the popular east coast.

Because of private commitments, I had to leave the organisational wing of the group but not before I and many others had been subjected to attacks on social media by our detractors.

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I had cause to reflect that whilst they hit us round the head with so-called scientific evidence that all was clean and green (to be refuted tonight by the ABC Four Corners programme 8.30PM Australian Eastern Summertime and refuted numerous times over by leading newspapers like The Australian), there were those of us who merely want to keep the east coast as it is. Currently, apart from low key shellfish farms, it is an uncluttered pathway to a stupendous island which is designated world heritage…

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Shy fame…

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 Tobias, the first book of The Triptych Chronicle, is just over a year old…

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Roadrunner – SJA Turney?

Simon Turney and I met over ten years ago as writers with the peer-review group, YWO.com I was drawn into the exceptional world of his writing then, and I’m as much of a fan now. Over the eight years since we were both published, I have written nine books.  But Simon has scorched  a path ahead of me. He reminds me of the roadrunner…

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Fields of Dreams…

When I was driving to the Big Smoke a few days ago, I had the idea for a blogpost.

But when one has one’s hands on the steering wheel and concentration on the road is implicit, one hopes the idea will stay on the edges of consciousness so that when one reaches a destination, and fingers hit the keyboard, the post will open like a bud in the spring sun…

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Dune…

Driving holidays with no particular itinerary are adventures of a kind. One never knows where the next corner will take one…

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