Some Poems I Have Written During Lockdown. Part 3
Here are three more poems from Lexley to share with us.
By Lexley George | 18 May 2020
Some Poems I Have Written During Lockdown. Part 2
Here are three more poems from Lexley to share.
By Lexley George | 15 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 9
The flight to Melbourne was approximately 90 mins, and the one Queenie and Quentin were booked on left at 7.00am, so it was a very early start.
By Adrienne Laverick | 14 May 2020
Readers Reviews Of A Ration Book Wedding By Jean Fullerton
I am delighted to be featuring readers reviews of Jean Fullerton's latest novel.
By Jan Rosser | 13 May 2020
Some Poems I Have Written During Lockdown. Part 1
Lexley George has been writing poems and has very kindly shared 9 with us. Here are the first 3.
By Lexley George | 11 May 2020
War Time Experiences Of My Mum Kathleen Cox nee Tirrell (in her own words)
Good friend Sheila Khan has sent me this article written by her mother about her many experinces in WW2.
By Jan Rosser | 10 May 2020
Readers Reviews Of Quality Quercus Books Part 2
I'm delighted to be publishing Part 2 of some super reviews of Quercus Books.
By Jan Rosser | 09 May 2020
We'll Meet Again By Helen Vereker Singers
Do listen to We'll Meet Again and join in!
By Jan Rosser | 08 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 8
Today was going to be a wonderful lunch cruise from Circular Quay in Sydney Harbour,
By Adrienne Laverick | 08 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 7
Today, they weren't sure if the bridge climb was going to happen, as it all depended on the outcome from the fires that were burning on the outskirts of Sydney.
By Adrienne Laverick | 04 May 2020
The Singer Not The Song
Throughout my long life, I’ve been lucky to see many singers in person, starting way back in the 1950s when post-war austerity was still being felt throughout the country.
By Anne Harvey | 02 May 2020
Grocery Shopping Online
I’d never grocery shopped online until the advent of Covid-19.
By Cheryl Lang | 01 May 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 6
It was an early start to be at Cairns airport for another 3 hour flight, this time to Sydney.
By Adrienne Laverick | 29 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 5
Queenie and Quentin spent the evening reading up on the Great Barrier Reef as that was to be tomorrows trip.
By Adrienne Laverick | 26 Apr 2020
It's Never Too Late To Start Learning A New Musical Instrument!
How are we all surviving the lockdown? Taking up a new hobby?
By Jan Rosser | 23 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 4
After dinner and a good nights rest, Queenie and Quentin decided on a walk down by the harbour to see what was going on in Cairns
By Adrienne Laverick | 22 Apr 2020
The Flower And Vegetable Show
Something to, hopefully cheer up another Lockdown day.
By Trevor Belshaw | 20 Apr 2020
A Diary Of My Travels From The Quokkas Perspective Day 3
After a wonderful evening, beautiful sunset and we had good nights rest.
By Adrienne Laverick | 19 Apr 2020
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