Killing Time

Considering the current times we are living in you can probably guess what this blog post is about. Personally, working from home and spending most of my time in social isolation isn't a big change; I'm a freelance journalist and fiction writer. When I’m not writing most of my time is spent caring for my … Continue reading Killing Time

Sherlock-ed

Little known fact, I love puzzles. Whilst I might not have the sharpest eye for small details or a mathematical mind for approaching problems, I absolutely love trying to solve puzzles. Of course, I'm not just talking about regular jigsaw puzzles. What I really love are puzzle boxes and I have a lovely collection of … Continue reading Sherlock-ed

Picnicking at Pemberley

So this post is a bit overdue, but in my defence, I have been very busy helping take care of my grandfather and doing journalism work. None the less I still wanted to write up a blog on this and share the experience… So what am I talking about? On Saturday, September 7th I had … Continue reading Picnicking at Pemberley

Not Exactly Elementary

Today my novel ‘Customerpocalypse’ officially releases as an e-book. It’s an exciting feeling but I’m also nervous about putting this novel out into the big wide world. I’m nervous because I know it won’t be everyone’s cup of tea, it’s barely mine, and yet I’ve sunk so much time into it so I’m terrified of … Continue reading Not Exactly Elementary

Tales from the Wasteland: Mayor of Survivortopolis

Stan’s whole world had been flipped upside down with one phone call… well technically the phone call was for Ricky, then the information in that phone call relayed to Stan. It’s not every day your assistant manager barges into your office and demands you lockdown the store immediately. Then again it’s not every day that … Continue reading Tales from the Wasteland: Mayor of Survivortopolis

Tales from the Wasteland: Information is Power

There are only so many ways to make a living after the apocalypse, and most of them aren’t exactly suitable for a middle-aged woman who’s spent her life working behind a desk. So Allie found herself getting inventive, she didn’t want to go back to working in customer service and pandering to people. To avoid … Continue reading Tales from the Wasteland: Information is Power

Let me take you on a Tourney

It’s been a while since I came back to Australia and officially put my travel blogging on hold. However once in a while, I get to enjoy some pretty neat things in my home country, and with my recent move from the Northern Territory to Queensland, I’m getting to enjoy lots of new things. SO … Continue reading Let me take you on a Tourney

The Wandering Writer Returned Home

Dear Readers, I'd like to start by thanking you all for following along with me in my travels, it has been an honour to have you reading my entries. Yesterday I finally reached home after departing the UK on Monday morning, and so as you can guess this will be the last post regarding my … Continue reading The Wandering Writer Returned Home