It’s easy to have an opinion. Everyone has them. They're thrown around like knickers at a Tom Jones concert. And sadly, opinions seem to be the only currency of most social media posts and news organisation sites. A clickbait cocaine infused rush of righteous indignation and outrage is now the only way to generate interest … Continue reading What if our opinions are wrong?
It was on a warm May night in Sydney when Andy and I attended the Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIAS) with my Publisher, Big Sky Publishing to find out if It's Ok to Feel The Way You Do would win Small Publisher's Children's Book of the Year. And it did. Here's the incredible moment in … Continue reading Something wonderful happened
It takes a village to raise a child and it also takes one to bring a book to life.. Thanks to Woodslane for all their support.
Can you believe that tomorrow is the first day of May? I mean how have we already gone through four months of the year already? Before we know it, we will be celebrating Christmas again.
April has been a great month for Woodslane. With so many new and great books coming into the warehouse which we have been working hard to get out to all of you.
I thought I would do a little recap of some of the books we have recently featured on some of our social media pages.
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It was one of those stifling hot Perth summer mornings, where it was already 30 degrees by 8.30. I'd spent the last 50 cents to my name on a bus ticket to the city to lodge my fortnightly unemployment form. I then sweated my way around the shops asking if anyone had a job available … Continue reading The last 50 cents to my name
Take your ideas out of your head and do something with them. Take out a sketch book and sketch. Open up a notebook and jot down notes. Take your phone out and take photos. Don't be afraid to be the quirky one hiding in the shrubbery at a Mozart recital sketching the Cellist. (like this … Continue reading Take your ideas out of your head
I had an absolutely fantastic day chatting to the kids at Fairview Primary School back in March. Not only did we talk about all the important things like 'Even cool kids have to Poo', I also got to address the entire school and parents at the assembly and local TV Station GWN came down to … Continue reading Fairview Primary School Visit
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