A Certain Kind of Freedom: Stories & Poems from The Writer’s Drawer, compiled & edited by Beryl Belsky
This anthology features the work of 33 talented new writers, representing almost all parts of the globe.
Their pieces have been selected from the intercultural, literary showcase The Writer’s Drawer,www.thewritersdrawer.net run by Beryl Belsky, an academic editor [...]
Are you frantically rushing round preparing for Christmas? Frazzled by Christmas shopping, tiring traffic and impossible parking?
While feverishly attending Festive celebrations and organizing your own? … Think again.
STOP pressuring yourself!
Christmas is a time of peace and relaxation. And most importantly a time to nurture yourself.
For those managing a mental illness like [...]
WOW! South City Bulletin magazine featured my children’s resilience picture book, Bailey Beats the Blah three times in their November issue!
Once as ¼ page ad for Bailey Beats the Blah launch at Logan North Library. Twice as an announcement in Community Activities. Three times with publishing my Child mental health article … ‘How can [...]
I’m revealing the STORY behind Bailey Beats the Blah on 101 FM *LIVE radio in Brisbane.
18 months ago, radio announcer Athol interviewed me, voice shaking, before the launch of …
Me and Her: A Memoir of Madness, revealing the parent-teacher harassment leading to my mental decline. (and later RECOVERY)
This time, Athol will [...]
I’m celebrating! My first 5 STAR Reviews of Bailey Beats the Blah … have arrived just before my launch at Blackcat Books on October 26 at 1pm!
Bailey Beats the Blah empowers kids to overcome worry thoughts and sad days, building self-esteem and self-reliance.
ALL kids feel a little sad sometimes and need resilience [...]
SQUEE! Bailey Beats the BLAH has finally arrived from USA after weeks of waiting … and waiting.
In just ten days, I’ll launch Bailey Beats the Blah, picture book to builds kid’s self-esteem and resilience skills at BlackCat Books Paddington.
This morning a truck pulled up on my driveway. My heart pattered fast. I sprinted [...]