DICTATOR DAN BUYS OFF THE MEDIA!
Posted 01/11/2020 in Blogging
Premier Andrews has contained the second wave, all right, but in the most brutal fashion imaginable: an unprecedented curfew, ‘ring of steel’ around Melbourne that is still in force, crippling fines against anyone who dared challenge his draconian measures, destroyed families, and a wrecked state economy from which it will take years to recover, unless dictator Dan imposes new restrictions.
DICTATOR DANIEL ANDREWS KEEPS MELBOURNE IN LOCKDOWN!
Posted 25/10/2020 in Blogging
The duplicity, deceit, and lies shown by Daniel Andrews and the Chief Health Officer has grown into a national scandal.
DANIEL ANDREWS’ POLICE STATE
Posted 16/10/2020 in Blogging
People need to be aware that their rights and freedoms have been severely compromised by this Bill.
Posted 02/10/2020 in Blogging
People are abandoning all Christian denominations, exposed for what they are – businesses, and cardinals who strive for personal and political power while hiding behind the shield of faith intended for the poor and the ignorant.
Review by Readers’ Favorite *****
Posted 23/09/2020 in All My Sunsets
What would you do if you knew you had only a few weeks to live? What would you do if you suddenly discovered that there is a reset button you can use to start afresh? The novel is cleverly plotted, beautifully written, and entertaining.
Authors Helping Authors
2 Comments - Posted 22/09/2020 in On Writing
The Internet and social media is awash with ‘How to’ books and articles for authors, experienced or starting out. If you are an experienced author, help those who are starting out to avoid traps waiting for the unwary.
My new SF novel ‘All My Sunsets’ out now!
Posted 15/09/2020 in Blogging
Struck down with a melanoma, his doctor told him he had five years, then twelve months, then four weeks. The only thing that could save him is an experimental drug, but fates had other things in store for him.
Review of ‘Operation Navajo’ by Anita Dickason *****
Posted 11/09/2020 in My Book Reviews
Operation Navajo is very much plot driven, with little characterization, but the density of writing and plot intricacy carries the book superbly, leaving the reader totally satisfied.