Book review

Stations of the Cross By Robert Dunn Published by Coral Press ISBN-13: 978-1-935512-21-9   I received this book as a free copy through Library Thing. This multi-layered story within a changing music industry is brought to teeming life through the experiences of a fictional high profile rock composer and performer. Dyson Burnette is under pressure …

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Promising health news

    For many people who believe they have chronic fatigue syndrome, progress may be in sight from a Griffith University study that hopes to have some useful results in several years. Recognition means a lot as acknowledgement of the condition is still  not widespread. The researcher says: “We have two objectives . . . . To …

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Health news

  Australian doctor addresses US Congress about developments towards a cure for brain cancer. According to NSW Health Minister Jillian Skinner, this was a “remarkable honour” for the neurosurgeon. Read more at

Research for Past Imperfect – first chapters

    Chapter one Chapter one of Past Imperfect establishes the early story setting as the busy coastal town of Maroochydore on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast which carries through to the end of Chapter Seven. Why did I choose Maroochydore? The place could have been anywhere. Maybe Maroochydore seemed right because I am familiar with the …

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Writing and editing: checking back – surprises – looking forward

  Checking back Some surprises. With Past imperfect e-published on Smashwords, and now also on Amazon, I undertook a major cull job, discarding hundreds of files – to free up space on the PC, several USB drives and email storage folders. They contained daily manuscript back-ups, the accumulation of no-longer-needed research material and the various …

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