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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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Just For Today – read a story!

Just  for today, treat yourself to a cuppa and a read! my story, “A Cat with no meow, Green Jelly and a very “hard” woman”, can be found at: https://open.abc.net.au/explore/93690 enjoy!

Just for Today – write about something that makes you smile!

Something that brings a smile to your face will bring a smile to your writing. Whether it be a cooking achievement, a meeting with a friend or a big hug from a loved one – if it makes you smile, try putting it in writing! Enjoy!

My little boy, a mouse and life’s journey

Mice, rats and I have never been friends but I decided to make a u-turn for the sake of my son.

The Long, Slow Descent of Shame

The long, slow descent of shame By Contributor Diana Harley from South East NSW Mon 05 May 2014 11 Previous Next Please enjoy one of my latest stories from the ABC Open Project. https://open.abc.net.au/projects/500-words-u-turn-01pw1ig/contributions/the-long-slow-descent-of-shame-21jg7jm/in/people/33jw3gk

The long, slow descent of shame

Chickening out results in a u-turn that feels just perfect.

The water table

Playing with water and a happy first memory

First day

Meeting my first teacher for the very first time in this strange new place called ‘school’.

Dancing with Billy

We finally met, thanks to my long brown hair.

There’s still life in those leaves

Thanks to the kindness of a stranger and her free gardening advice, I now enjoy the beauty of a fantastic Australian flowering shrub.

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