My Third Book – I am Audacious

I started ‘A Writer’s Exposé’ to speak my unflinching mind. As political issues are not my cup of tea, I started to blog about various social issues that impacted on individuals from all walks of life. Unpredictable situations in life that contributed to my existential angst influenced me to ramble about my experiences on my... Continue Reading →

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Welsh Dragon

An indefinite period of chastisement miraculously transformed into an opportunity for a fresh start or at least that is how it appeared to me when I first accidentally stumbled upon by appointment to a new establishment. However, what really piqued my curiosity was an emblem that was bright red in colour which I later found... Continue Reading →

A Life Without Toilet Rolls

Wednesday being the pay day, on receiving my fortnightly pay, I decided to shop earlier than usual to solve the mystery of the missing toilet paper rolls from the shopping aisles in Coles as I had not seen one for more than a month. Every time I visited Coles for an item or few things... Continue Reading →

Age with Dignity

The clock struck twelve. Ready to dig into a caramel flavoured sponged cake, I advanced towards the coffee table in the living room when I heard my only offspring yell out for the nth time “Happy Birthday to you…” and he added that I had turned 46 years old and was running on 47 .... Continue Reading →

Work From Home

"I thought you are not going to work today. Why are you dressed to go out?" I laugh at the confusion on my only offspring's face and explain to him that I was following the protocol of working from home as the need to use collaborative platforms makes appropriate dress code expedient. With social distancing... Continue Reading →

Plagued by threats

Its been a few months since we have been hit by the global pandemic called  Cornoa Virus. The news about a temporary ban on the illegal wildlife trade by the Chinese government made me wonder why it was hard for them to declare a permanent ban on the illegal wildlife trade of animals such as... Continue Reading →

Remembered by Posterity

The initial struggles to carve a niche for myself in the Australian literary or author circles made me wary of impostors or literary agents who threatened to steal my intellectual property either with falsified marketing campaigns or through hackers whose interference could not ignored by me. I joined Australian Society of Authors and Australian Writer's... Continue Reading →

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