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The Ash Museum by Rebecca Smith

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I’m delighted to be a part of The Ash Museum Book Tour! About The Ash Museum Through ten decades and across three continents, The Ash Museum is an intergenerational story of loss, migration and the search for somewhere...
telling tales exhibition

Telling Tales exhibition

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Telling Tales is an exhibition that explores storytelling and a shared fascination with books and the literary world in contemporary art. It opens at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery on Friday 11 June until Sunday 18...

From Australia to the Canary Islands – I’m Halfway Around the World from Where...

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I’m sitting at my desk all rugged up on a cold and sunny day. I’m a British-Australian living down under, and if you drove a spike through the centre of the earth from my...
praise for the legacy of old gran parks

Praise for The Legacy of Old Gran Parks

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The Legacy of Old Gran Parks book tour hosted by Blackthorn Book Tours has yielded a raft of praise from book critics. Here are the highlights. A warm thank you to all the reviewers...

Busting The Myths Of Mars And Venus (Down To Earth Book 1)

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Why is gender equality so hard to achieve? because it’s rigged! Ten thousand years ago as agriculture replaced hunting- gathering, women’s status took a nose-dive around the world. Since then, no country on earth has...
telling tales exhibition

Telling Tales exhibition

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Telling Tales is an exhibition that explores storytelling and a shared fascination with books and the literary world in contemporary art. It opens at the Glen Eira City Council Gallery on Friday 11 June until Sunday 18...

New release: Emma’s Tapestry

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It’s always a thrill when a your latest release goes live. This one is especially special. The story is based on my own family history! About Emma’s Tapestry At the dawn of World War Two, German-born...

NO LAS DEJEN CAER

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LAS ANTIGUAS RUINAS DEL PARAÍSO DE UNA ISLA DEL DESIERTO Antiguas granjas salpican el paisaje de toda la isla, especialmente en los pueblos del interior y sus alrededores. Algunos han sido restaurados, y por supuesto...

The Ghost of Villa Winter Blackthorn Book Tour Wrap Up!

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I’m delighted to share a bunch of highlights from the book tour of The Ghost of Villa Winter! ‘I appreciate the amount of work that went into the world-building in this book. Almost Dickensian...

Re-visiting Alice Bailey’s 10 Point Plan

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by Patrick Chouinard I’m delighted to share this article by theosophical teacher and thinker, and dear friend Patrick Chouinard in which he addresses the broader issues underlying the so-called Ten-Point Plan circulating among conspiracy theorists...