I’m extremely proud to announce that The King’s Riddle, book 2 of The Land of Miu series, was officially released on 25 January 2012. The book takes the reader back to Manu and is told from Siptah’s point of view, the princess’s guard-in-training. The young Miuans have gotten themselves into trouble (again) and need the … Read moreReleased: A King’s Riddle
The Adventures of Kid Combat Volume One: A Secret Lost by Christopher Helwink My rating: 3 of 5 stars This is a book for middle graders, or as we say in Australia “primary schoolers”, which covers the ages of 9 to 12 year olds. It’s a sort of cross between Get Smart or Inspector Gadget … Read moreeBook Review: Kid Combat – A Lost Secret
There was a time in the not so distant past when I clearly remember believing paperbacks would always be my preferred reading source. I love books. I love reading. It’s the one thing I do constantly in my life and have done since I was a very young child. Books are important to me. I … Read morePaperbacks v Digital Books
The Librarian by Eric Hobbs My rating: 3.5 of 5 stars The story is about two friends who go on a class excursion to an old library. The library has been put on the demolition list and is due to be bulldozed to make room for a shopping centre. Whilst at the library strange things … Read moreeBook Review: The Librarian (Book 1: Little Boy Lost)
Recently, I attended a seminar through my work place. I work for a Government organisation and they are always wanting us to ‘brush up’ on one procedure or another so imagine my shock when I discovered the seminar was about suicide awareness. It is a shock to be sitting with a couple of dozen other … Read moreAre you having thoughts of suicide?
I’ve played the Playstation since they were first invented. I currently own PS1 and about 100 games, PS2 and about 200 games and PS3 and about 30 games (and counting). A couple of decades ago, we owned a Nintendo as well. Most people give me a strange look when I say I play PS3 (or … Read moreGame Review: Uncharted 3
Recently, a friend did a reading for herself and posted the result on Twitter, which included a link to an image. Of course, being noisy I followed the link and found three cards that were visibly pleasing. Without hesitation, I asked if it were possible for her to do a reading for me and she … Read moreA General Reading for 2012
Happy New Year! I hope all your dreams come true in the next twelve months. More importantly, I hope you are happy, healthy and stay safe. 2012 is the National Year of Reading. It’s a year to encourage people to read more or simply to learn to read better. With this in mind, I am … Read moreNational Year of Reading Special Offer