Sound of Freedom is based on the true story of Tim Ballard’s life and his mission to rescue children sold as sex slaves.
Writing my debut historical fiction novel, All That Glitters Is Not Gold is proving to be a mammoth task. For starters, I changed the title three times, from Broadway Star to Rogues and Vagabonds and for now I’ve settled on All That Glitters Is Not Gold.
Librarians are angelic beings with unfathomable knowledge on how to find just about anything in the bottomless pit of books, information, resources, links, interlibrary loans, and nooks and crannies of cyberspace library heaven.
Who are you? Who do people think you are? What legacy do you want to leave behind? These are questions worthy to be asked for you to leave a footprint of your existence on this earth. Your life matters, whether you realise it or not. There are many people who are curious to know more about you. Whether it’s your family, friends or strangers. You have stories, skills and knowledge stored within you that are valuable. Isn’t it time you passed them on?
When Mindla Levin and Kubush Horowitz first met, they were instantly attracted. Mindla worked in a leather factory and Kubush was a clown in the Circus Staniewski. Mindla’s father disapproved of Kubush, saying: “A clown is not a husband… nothing good comes from a clown.” That clown saved their lives.
Rainbows Through Cobwebs covers the topic of grief in its many forms. From grieving over the death of a loved one, including pets, to grieving over the loss of your identity or dreams, Rainbows Through Cobwebs has case studies with toolbox tips on how you can overcome grief. Lyn Traill has incorporated how to find your fabulous again
There’s hell on earth…where atrocities are committed everyday, where life has no value, where mercy and compassion do not exist; where fear reigns and survival depends on the dialect you speak; the ethnic group you belong to. Helena reveals the trauma of escaping genocide.
Fifty Years of Silence is the memoir of Jan Ruff-O’Herne, a war rape survivor. Jan’s idyllic childhood in Dutch colonial Indonesia came to an abrupt end when war intruded on her life and she was captured and imprisoned.
The Awesome Side of Research Research sounds pretty boring, right? It may conjure up an image of someone with their nose to the books, or computer screen, slight frown creasing their forehead as they try to make sense of the bombardment of information they are suppose to screen, dissect, reword, rephrase, verify, and somehow mould
One-Act Play Theatre Festivals Participating in One-Act Play Theatre Festivals was the inspiration I needed to write my own plays for my drama students. Some of my fondest memories come from the fun and laughter we had rehearsing for the theatre festival and the excitement of performing on the night. One-Act Play Theatre Festival Awards