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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: 21
Readers: 52715
Subscribers: 25
Articles: 404
Comments: 370
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If you enjoy drinking herbal tea*, you can make your own at home. Many herbs that can be used for tea can be easily grow... [more]
Have you ever wanted to try some bush tucker? These 5 plants are food producing Australian natives that you can grow in ... [more]
If you fancy a ready supply of fruit you probably can't get at your local fruit shop, and you have a bit of space in you... [more]
In the wake of celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Sarah Michelle Gellar spreading misinformation about topics like... [more]
Help NASA analyse more than 1.5 million images taken by astronauts at the International Space Station! NASA is wo... [more]
Bats get a bit of a bad rap, being associated with scary things like vampires and viruses, but many people don't know wh... [more]
Only Dead on the Inside is a guide to surviving the zombie apocalypse for parents. It provides helpful tips on fleei... [more]
Have you ever wondered whether you have extra sensory perception or psychic powers? This module from the James Randi... [more]
Despite a general scientific consensus that vaccines are safe and effective and an important tool for the prevention... [more]
Now that Spring has arrived you might be seeing a few visitors to your Brisbane garden. The average suburban Bri... [more]
As a busy mum I don't have as much time to sit down and read as I used to. I've found audio books a godsend because ... [more]
Growing up as a fan of fantasy and science fiction novels I found it hard to find strong female characters to look u... [more]
When Elena meets Nicholas at her mother's funeral, she isn't looking for a relationship, but the two of them bond ov... [more]
1. Honor Girl Honor Girl by Maggie Thrash is a memoir chronicling the author's time spent at Camp Bellflower, a... [more]
Roman Mercer is about to leave the small Alaskan town of Port Moore when an earthquake causes a bus accident and cut... [more]
1 Coyotes In the City of Lost Girls, a border town in the desert, girls and women are going missing and turning u... [more]
When you see a photograph of two people kissing, it's hard not to wonder about the story behind it. Who are these pe... [more]
This picture book by Isabel Sanchez Vegara is designed to introduce young children to the life of revolutionary writ... [more]
It's the penultimate volume of Chew, the adventures (and misadventures) of Tony Chu, cibopath (person who receives p... [more]
Loading Penguin Hugs is a book collection of Chibird comics, created by Jacqueline Chen. They're cute little motivat... [more]
When Emma and Shaun broke up, they came to an arrangement to make things easier on their ten-year-old daughter, Mais... [more]
John Becker and Martin Smith were born on the same day and grew up side by side in the same small town. Both writing... [more]
"Because this is where the action is, honey- the energy. The oilsands. The blood of Tiamat – the great cosmic dragon her... [more]
Former animator from The Simpsons, Dante Fabiero, created Slothilda, a mascot for those who feel sometimes like leav... [more]
For Cluck's Sake by Stacia Tolman is described by the publishers as "the perfect gift for the backyard chicken farme... [more]
It's coming up to Halloween, which is a nice time to read something a little spooky or horror themed. If you fancy a zom... [more]
Gabrielle, a young bard in Ancient Greece, is travelling alone on foot to Athens in search of adventure when she is ... [more]
What does it mean to be "part of it", whether "it" is a family, a group of friends, or a subculture? Ariel Schrag ex... [more]
Phoebe and her best friend, Marigold Heavenly Nostrils, the unicorn return in Unicorn Theatre. Usually Phoebe goes t... [more]
Tony Chu, FDA agent and cibopath (he receives psychic impressions from the food he eats), is actually happy for once... [more]
What would happen if you could travel into the past and meet your ancestors, or take a trip to the future and see what b... [more]
1. Little People, Big Dreams: Anne Frank The Little People Big Dreams series is written for young children to i... [more]
1. Death Trip In the future, humans have conquered death with medical interventions that allow them to live for h... [more]
Super Chill is a collection of autobiographical comics drawn by blogger and former Buzzfeed illustrator, Adam Elli... [more]
"Imagine if you had to be careful every time you put fuel in your car, because if you weren't it could spill into the ai... [more]
Cherry, the granddaughter of the devil himself, is not exactly the grim reaper most recently deceased souls expect. ... [more]
1. Jem and the Holograms Based on Jem, the '80s cartoon full of pink glitter, battles of the bands and shenanigan... [more]
Wynnona Earp is the descendant of the legendary lawman Wyatt Earp and heir to the family curse. She has been recruit... [more]
Beth, Sarah and Marie have known each other since school. Now they are adults, juggling careers, marriages and child... [more]
1. I am Helen Keller by Brad Meltzer, Illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos. Helen Keller started life as an ordi... [more]
The Book of Onions, by Jake Thompson, is the first paperback compilation of the bi-weekly webcomic Jake Likes Onions... [more]
1. The Know-Nonsense Guide to Space- An Awesomely Fun Guide to the Universe by Heidi Fiedler The Know-Nonsense Gu... [more]
Tony's twin sister Antonelle 'Toni' Chu, sister vowed that she would help her brother track down her killer, and has... [more]
Have you ever wondered what your dog is thinking? Tail Talk, by Sophie Collins, is a detailed guide to understanding... [more]
You know how, since the dawn of humanity, great philosophers and poets have dedicated their entire lives to explorin... [more]
It is 2016 and divorced single mother, Louise, doesn't have much of a social life since she divides her time and ene... [more]
Sharky Malarky, by Megan Nicole Dong, is the third collection of cartoons about Bruce, the attention-hogging shark w... [more]
After the shocking ending of Chew volume 6: Space Cakes, Tony is determined to track down the Serbian "vampire" and ... [more]
"There's a brother that's balls deep in killer robots and a sister who's the lap dog of God himself. Who do you wanna re... [more]
Have you ever felt like a failure? Most people have. Even the most successful people on the planet have experienced ... [more]
"Some love affairs change you forever. Someone comes into your orbit and swivels you on your axis, like the wind working... [more]
Laura Ingalls Rider's Little House on the Prairie series of books about her childhood in the American Midwest have b... [more]
Comic fans love a good crossover, usually only a hypothetical, like who runs faster, Superman or The Flash? Who ... [more]
Shannon is grieving the death of her son when she wakes to find herself in as a strange landscape full of monsters. ... [more]
"It always started like this: a pulse inside me, like a warning before the tide surged, roared... and froze everything... [more]
This picture book by Isabel Sánchez Vegara and Agathe Sorlet introduces children to the life of dancer and civil rig... [more]
Rock art has become wildly popular lately, with both children and adults painting and decorating rocks and hiding th... [more]
Writer for The Onion, John McNamee began writing and drawing Pie Comics as a college comic strip in the mid '00s. A ... [more]
"Antonelle Chu, agent of NASA. I'm here to lick your paintings sir." When mysterious fiery writing appeared in the sk... [more]
'Boys don't cry, boys are good at sport, boys don't fall in love with other boys, men are good at directions... ' In... [more]
This picture book uses brightly coloured pictures and simple, straightforward text to introduce children to the icon... [more]
The Vegan Cookbook is a collection of vegan recipes, both sweet and savoury, influenced by types of cuisine from aro... [more]
Are you struggling through the "terrible twos" or the, er... thunderous threes? As your child grows and changes from... [more]
Annemie "Mie" D'Haeze finds herself in the secure ward of a psychiatric hospital. She suffers from amnesia, and alth... [more]
Doodled Cats is a new book by Gemma Correll, author and illustrator of Doodled Dogs. Similar to Doodled Dogs, it sta... [more]
Doodled Dogs is the latest doodling book by writer and illustrator Gemma Correll, author of Doodling for Dog People,... [more]
Special Agent Tony Chu is a cibopath, who is able to get psychic impressions from anything he eats. In Volume 5, Chu... [more]
What does it mean to be happy? Mathew Inman, aka 'The Oatmeal' ponders this question in this comic, inspired by an e... [more]
Cat Lady Embroidery: 380 Ways to Stitch a Cat does what it says on the tin. It has full-colour pictures of different... [more]
Natty is a princess of the flower caste, who lives in seclusion in the upper reaches of her family's palace. Her day... [more]
What's a chicken doing on the cover of a book about dinosaurs? Using her family photo album with pictures of her anc... [more]
Mathew Inman, aka "The Oatmeal" (author of the New York Times bestseller, How to Tell if Your Cat is Plotting to Kil... [more]
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