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I'm a full time mum and part time writer living in Ipswich, Queensland. I'm a graduate of both UQ and QUT and I love tea, chickens, fairies and all things book related. You can also find me at Femlitica.

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Writer Rank: 52
cub writer
Readers: 42789
Subscribers: 22
Articles: 229
Comments: 307
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My WeekendNotes - 229
Have you ever wondered whether you have extra sensory perception or psychic powers? This module from the James Randi... [more]
Flying over zoos Vulnerable giraffe necks Are hard to pass up. ~ From Vampire Haiku by Ryan Mecum In 1620, Will... [more]
Skepticon Australia 2017 is the 33rd National Convention of the Australian Skeptics. Every year it brings together s... [more]
18/11/2017 - 19/11/2017
Forensic science is a field in crisis. There has been much concern about its reliability following cases where the m... [more]
Do you enjoy the mind stretch of a good sci fi story? Here are three excellent science fiction shows currently s... [more]
Zombie films have a surprisingly enduring popularity. Just when you think the sub-genre has been done to death i... [more]
A group of rich young men make a sport of "hunting" teenage girls for sport in the woods near their town. Unbeknowns... [more]
Podcasts are a great source of free entertainment and information on just about every topic under the sun, includi... [more]
Have you ever wondered about astrology- whether it works, and if so, how? The James Randi Educational Foundation (JR... [more]
Little Girl (pointing at Dr. Seuss books) "I made a hat for my cat, but he won't wear it. That book is full of lies". ... [more]
Fans of the Netflix original series Jessica Jones might like to go back and read, or reread the comic where this to... [more]
Thirty-Seven Cafe on Brisbane rd, Bundamba, is a small cafe with friendly staff which serves coffee, tea, a variety ... [more]
Looking for a place to study with comfy couches, free wifi and tasty snacks on hand? Wooloongabba's newest communit... [more]
Have you ever wanted to know more about how science-based medicine works, or how to tell whether a health treatment ... [more]
This May, Arthritis Queensland is encouraging people to set themselves a movement challenge to raise funds to help a... [more]
01/05/2017 - 30/04/2017
Want to meet fellow skeptics and discuss topics relating to science and skepticism and enjoy a bit of cameraderie and fu... [more]
Are you a skeptic, or someone interested in science and reason, looking to meet like-minded people? Are you interest... [more]
Are you a skeptic, or someone with an interest in science and reason? Do you live in or near Sydney? On the first Th... [more]
A generous friend bought me this Cherry Merry vegan sundae at the I Should Coco stall at the vegan markets in West End (... [more]
Have you ever wondered whether the moon landings were real? Was Princess Diana murdered? Is climate change a hoax? I... [more]
At a cabin by a lake in Norway three women gather to watch their husbands leave on a fishing trip. When the boat with th... [more]
Oliver Brown's Chocolate Cafe is located on Level 3 of Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, near the food court. It serves a r... [more]
"Renaissance artists used the word 'pentimenti' – 'repentances' – to describe mistakes or alterations that were covered ... [more]
I was very excited to learn that Montezumas now has a vegan menu. It's not just salads either, vegans can now choose fro... [more]
Despite a general scientific consensus that vaccines are safe and effective and an important tool for the prevention... [more]
Unicorn Crossing is the fifth book in the popular Phoebe and Her Unicorn series by Dana Simpson and my seven year ol... [more]
Glasgow Skeptics will be hosting a talk by Michael Marshall, Project Director of the Good Thinking Society, Vice Pr... [more]
Sharon Pincott is an acclaimed photographer, conservationist and author. Born in Australia, she moved to Zimbabwe ... [more]
04/03/2017 - 03/04/2017
In honour of International Women's Day, the Australian Legal Philosophy Students' Association (ALPSA) will be hosti... [more]
Master Fox is ready to retire and is looking for a successor. Before you can become the new Master Fox you must prov... [more]
A child has a big question: "How should I live my life?" Their mother replies that this is a good opportunity to use... [more]
"I don't need to believe in a god to be good.I love to learn, like everyone should.I even recycle and help my mom clean.... [more]
Once upon a time, a little girl named Gertrude found herself sucked into a magical world full of talking animals, my... [more]
The idyllic town of Riverdale is reeling in the wake of the death of teenage Jason Blossom, whose twin sister, Chery... [more]
Big Mushy Happy Lump is the second Sarah's Scribbles collection, compiled from the online comic Sarah's Scribbles, b... [more]
Writer, editor, photographer, director and movie special effects creator Julian Doyle is most famous for his work on... [more]
This collection of irreverent cross stitch designs was created by "Katie Kutthroat", who has run an Etsy store selli... [more]
Do you have an extraordinary ability? Australian Skeptics want to see you prove it. Australian Skeptics have issu... [more]
If you don't have a date for Valentine's Day, or just fancy a quiet night in, here are some books to curl up wit... [more]
Lars the Yeti's body is a battleground, with his organs disagreeing on what he ought to do with his life. This cute ... [more]
Joel (Timothy Olyphant) and Sheila (Drew Barrymore) are a husband and wife team of successful real estate agents liv... [more]
Princess Misty of Beldora is expecting to marry the prince of a neighbouring kingdom and live in boredom and content... [more]
Surfcoast Summer Skepticamp is Australia's longest running grassroots Skepticamp. It is hosted by the Geelong Skeptical ... [more]
Why is it okay to eat some animals and not others? Why do we eat or wear pigs, cows, sheep and chickens, yet protect dol... [more]
This little fellow is one of a pair spotted near the creek at Lorikeet Street Reserve in Bundamba, Ipswich. Eastern Dwar... [more]
Love ice cream? Brisbane's first ever ice cream festival is coming soon! The vendor lineup includes: Gelato ... [more]
One in ten women suffer from endometriosis, yet many of us know so little about this common, yet poorly understood d... [more]
Todd Brotzman (Elijah Wood) is a hotel porter working to support his sister, Amanda (Hannah Marks) who suffers a rar... [more]
Razzle Dazzle Unicorn is the fourth book in Dana Simpson's series about a young girl called Phoebe and her friend Ma... [more]
Adulthood is a Myth is a collection of comics from the online comic Sarah's Scribbles. It's a comic for people who f... [more]
Welcome to Miss Qiunzilla Thiskwin Penniquiqul Thistle Crumpet's camp "for hardcore lady types", a summer camp with ... [more]
A man wakes in a vineyard next to the body of a young woman. He has no memory of who he is, who the girl is or what ... [more]
Knowledge of at least the major stories of the Christian Bible is essential to an understanding of Western literatur... [more]
Eve and Adam are two immortal lovers who have been together for hundreds of years. Married three times, most recentl... [more]
A colony of flying foxes can be found roosting in the tall gum trees in Lorikeet Street Reserve in Bundamba. These noisy... [more]
If you're on the lookout for something fun or exciting to tempt a reluctant reader over the school holidays, these... [more]
Nerima Gardens are the Japanese Gardens at Queens Park, Ipswich. It was opened in 2001 to commemorate the City Sistershi... [more]
This plaque was created by Nameer Davis in 2001. The textured surface resembles a quilt or upolstered seat, in reference... [more]
A bomb has gone off in the train station at Inverness, followed by an electromagnetic pulse. You have been chosen to... [more]
The Blumbergville Clock gives the High st. of Boonah a bit of a steampunk vibe. After the natural disasters of 2011 ... [more]
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