Remembering Mr Percival…

It’s funny how memory works. You can be wandering around, minding your own business, making dinner, organising children, thinking about everything but the washing up and then, without warning, you …

Fibro Book Club: Burial Rites

As head prefect of the Fibro Club, I now declare this meeting open. Everyone have their glass of wine and their thoughts in order? Excellent. I’ve had several actual, real …

Working on a little project…

I’ve been working on a little project. I’ve dragged in some friends, got a fabulous team together, and hatched a scheme. To help. It’s getting close. Dotting the odd I …

Happy P-Day to Career Mums!

Start transmission…. Just popping in from my blogcation (weather is great, wish you were here) for a small happy dance to celebrate the fact that Career Mums hits the bookshops …

The Writer’s Apprentice

Mr7 and I have found a new reading obsession. The Ranger’s Apprentice series by John Flanagan has captured his imagination – and mine. Actually, mine first. I was searching for …

Were you a Trixie Belden fan?

Mr7 is reading Trixie Belden books. Books written in the 1950s about a teenage girl and her friends who solve mysteries. Their gang is known as The Bob-Whites of the …

The people that you meet

Sometimes it’s worth the effort. Whatever ‘it’ may be. However much effort may be involved. Tonight the Fibrotown library played host to two fab Australian writers. Dianne Blacklock and Ber …