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Winging it – Radio National

BULLIES DONT ALWAYS WIN – Diana Harley talks about her experience of bullying and how a split second decision set her free. Thanks to Micheal Mackenzie, Hilary Harper and Amanda Dalziel for their help in getting my story on air.

Book Week 2019 at Sapphire Coast Anglican College, Bega

What a wonderful Celebration of Books at SCAC on Tuesday! I was privileged enough to be invited along by teacher, Mrs Linda Whyman, to talk to the students about my latest book, “Fantastic Gymnastics”, and about being an author. We talked about becoming an author, finding inspiration for your book and how being a wide…
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Book Week 2019 – Talking about books at Lumen Christi Catholic College

Local author, Diana Harley joined our Book Week celebrations this morning to speak with the primary students about being an author. Diana is a mother of six, Libby her youngest is a student at Lumen Christi. She has written a number of picture story books including ‘Beetles and Bugs’, ‘Underneath the Apple Tree’, ‘Butterflies’ and…
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About Regional chats with Diana Harley

My interview with Ian Campbell

Last week, I was fortunate enough to have an interview with Ian Campbell from About Regional. The interview was about my latest childrens book, “Fantastic Gymnastics”, which I have only just published. The venue was the Bega library and the lovely space that is now the childrens section. What a great spot for kids to…
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My first blog post on my new website

It has been a while since ABC Open announced it was closing its submission doors, and now it is time to re-start telling my story. I have just published two poetry chapbooks with Ginninderra Press, they are entitled “Raw” and “The First Fig of Summer”. And at last my latest childrens picture book is available!…
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Ready, Steady Go!

PocketDocs: Running With Scissors https://open.abc.net.au/explore/155325 I was pissed off. Why me? Being the eldest kid sucked. I had important stuff to do and going to the shops for my mother wasn’t one of them. No bike, said mum, for some unknown reason, so I had to hoof it. And because I was so upset about…
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R.I.P by Nigel Williams

Retired bank manager George is dead. His mother has also passed away on the eve of her 99th birthday. However, it could be that they were both murdered. George, might be dead in body, but he is sti… Source: R.I.P by Nigel Williams

My date with the Tim Tam Genie

My bare feet hit the carpeted floor and even the soft loop pile can’t distract me from thinking, once again, about this wish of mine.

Confessions of a Driving Instructor

I will not allow my face to give anything away. I wear a mask of inscrutability. I will ooze confidence.

Hello Readers!

Hi everyone, just letting you know that a friend and I have started up another blog called “Far South Coast Readers” for all you passionate readers out there in blogland! It is pretty basic so far – we review books we enjoy and make suggestions via book lists etc. It will be growing as we…
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