Monthly Archives: July 2013


Graeme Simpsion, author of the best-selling romantic comedy The Rosie Project, came to Castlemaine Library last Thursday evening to give a talk. I was there to sell books for Stoneman’s Bookroom, and though I wasn’t unduly grumpy about getting home … Continue reading

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A couple of weekends ago I drove from Castlemaine to Ocean Grove. Stacey Moore of Bookgrove  organised an event in her lovely bookshop and around 25 girls turned up to hear me talk about Verity Sparks Lost and Found. I … Continue reading

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When you’re a very small child – say three or four – you can at last walk and talk and take part in the world, but you don’t have perspective. Everything is new. Almost anything is possible or at least … Continue reading

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