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 →

Information Literacy: the future

     With increasing pressures falling on the education systems in place to demonstrate a purpose beyond schools, nowadays educators are compelled to teach students to develop a love for learning and to harbour within them the love for lifelong learning. Hence the need to make all students Information literate, especially when Information Literacy is the... Continue Reading →

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 →

Red, yellow and green

If you are thinking that I am talking about dominant, bright or most popular colours I am not. Neither am I talking about rainbow colours in VIBGYOR. Red, yellow and green are the colours of the bins the council provides us for different types of rubbish or waste. I don’t have to remind you that... Continue Reading →

Finding Faith

Upholding the tradition of Christmas, on Wednesday, the 25th of December I went to St Gertrude’s Parish to attend mass. The Parish priest began the sermon with a shared anecdote from a royal lineage. If my memory is right, Princess Alice of Battenberg asked Prince Philip to find a faith. In response to this, the... Continue Reading →

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