Non-Fiction

Of Covid and Curfews (112 Days in Lockdown, Melbourne 2020)

‘Hilarious. Wet day Wednesdays?!
What is this, the fifties?’ PJ

Such a curtailment of freedom is unthinkable in a developed country.

Part journal, part memoir, Of Covid and Curfews, is a front-row seat during an extraordinary period in Australian history when government-mandated ‘stay at home orders’ were extended from 6 weeks to 12 weeks, essentially creating a state of captivity.

Of Covid and Curfews uses the Melbourne Lockdown as a backdrop for exploring creativity, learning to trust the writing process, and what it means to change identity when children outgrow their need for parenting.

‘Loved it!’ JC

Break through Writer’s Block (25 ways to improve focus and boost productivity)



This handy little reference book will steer you through any versions of blocked creativity also known as Writer’s Block, No-flow, uninspired or Blah, to name a few of the better-known euphemisms. When it comes to creative pursuits, most artists will experience some form of it. How you deal with this bogeyman of creativity and passion will determine whether you rise to the heights and soar like an eagle among your peers or stay grounded in fear and become a living dodo

After the Last Breath

Available from Barnes and Noble

Collections – Stories on death and dying

Naked, raw grief … is what happens after a loved one takes their last breath. In four short pieces, grief is exposed while the author navigates through loss, exploring what it means to lose a loved one and learn to live again.