I'm on teaching rounds again for the next few weeks so it's pretty full on. Excited though that I'm getting the chance to teach migration, a subject that I have a passion for and can really bring to life.
Have been pretty fatigued the past week. Juggling so many things and have a huge to do list. Hopefully by the end of the month I will achieve quite a few things and be able to relax, have some fun and get back to writing.
So all in all a pretty long-winded way of saying that I'll be a bit sporadic with my blog and will be back in September with hopefully some book reviews, interesting posts and some announcements.
I'm running fortnightly creative writing workshops at Caroline Springs and Melton Library for young people aged 12-25. If you know anyone in the Western suburbs who might be interested pass this on. View all the information in the flyer below.
Well I've been a busy bee revamping my website and I have to say I'm quite chuffed with it. So take a look around and let me know what you think.
So far I'm loving Weebly. It's super easy to use and it's set up so that pages are designed with elements you drag over. Best of all it looks beautiful.
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