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A Ring Through Time

It seems a long time ago that I finished writing this novel – a time-slip love story set on Norfolk Island with a flashback to the 1850s and the brutal 2nd penal settlement there.  But we’re making progress!  Today I sent back the revised copy edit, and I’ve also seen the really beautiful cover planned…

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Finding Treasures

Trust the universe and see how it conspires to help you! I discover the truth of this over and over, most recently yesterday. For various reasons I’ve been feeling fairly flat creatively for some time. Yesterday I walked past a new Vinnies and, on impulse went in to see what I could find. I usually…

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CBCA north

CBC north’s first meeting of the year was so inspirational as author and playwright Wendy Blaxland described her writing journey, successfully publishing a heap of children’s books as well as writing plays for the greatly beloved Marion St. Youth Theatre founded by her parents.  She finished her talk with a memorable quote from Guillaume Apollinaire: ‘He…

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King Arthur: man or myth?

If you’re interested in Arthurian legend have a look at my website www.felicitypulman.com.au under ‘articles’ for this new article.  It traces written references to Arthur dating back through the centuries with this question in mind: was the legend based around a real warrior (or king, or dux bellorum) or is it merely a legend?  The fact…

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Seven Sacred Sites

I’ve just finished reading Serene Conneeley’s wonderful ‘Seven Sacred Sites’, and just wanted to share the info with you. I’ve also posted a review on amazon. If you’re interested in journeys of the soul as well as sight-seeing, check it out. There are beautiful descriptions of the sites: Machu Picchu and the Amazon jungle, Stonehenge,…

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