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Tag Archives: Carl Hanser
blog 107: In which I officially begin 2018.
Well 2018 has started and it’s been very exciting. (And when I say ‘started” I mean of course that it kicked off ages ago and now more than a quarter of it is already gone!) (Hi Gabriella. Look a new … Continue reading
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blog 103: In which I say ‘Cheers & Thanks’ to Germany and post a video.
Apart from at home here in Australia, my books have been most successful in Germany. As well as having nine books presently published in the country, there has also been a radio broadcast of the complete Ishmael series, short-listings and … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Carl Hanser, Dinosaur Knights, Don't Call Me Ishmael, Eric Vale, Germany, Hoercompany, International Youth Library, Internationale Jugendbibliothek, Julia Nachtmann, Just a Dog, Nennt mich nicht Ismael, The Pain My Mother Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me, The Running Man Leave a comment
blog 98: In which I tell of some things that have happened.
DISCLAIMER: Ok from now on whenever I start a new blog, I’m not going to even mention that in the previous blog (and every blog before that) I apologized for the long time between posts, made a firm and sincere promise … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Ambrose-Treacy School, Artspear Entertainment, Ben Long, Book Links, Book Slam, Brian Falkner, Brisbane State High, Caloundra, Carl Hanser, CBCA Notables, Children's Books Daily, Chris Bongers, Dr Ute Mihr, dtv, Emmaus College Jimboomba, Eric Vale, Joe Bauer, Marist Ashgrove, Megan Daley, Mt Gravatt High School, Ready Steady Hatch, Rita Artmann, Romancing the Stars, Scholastic Australia, Shooting Stars, St Aloysius College, The Pain My Mother Sir Tiffy Cyber Boy and Me, The Stars at Oktober Bend, The Void, Toon Sandwich, Trish Buckley, WAYRBA Awards Leave a comment
blog 83: In which I recap August and September and where some of the things I say are actually true.
August and September have been very busy but very enjoyable months for me. They were packed with school visits, as well as a festival and a conference which took me from Brisbane to Melbourne to Ipswich to Hobart. Here are some of … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged APPA, Barry Jonsberg, Carl Hanser, Christina Booth, Eric Vale Epic Fail, Gippsland Grammar, Hobart, Hoercompany, James Moloney, Janeen Brian, Joe Bauer, Just a Dog, Liz Flynn, Mark Greenwood, Oliver Phommanvanh, Paul Collins, Rich and Rare, Scholastic Australia, Secret Agent Derek 'Danger' Dale, St Williams Catholic Primary School, Story Arts Festival Ipswich, Tasmanian Tiger, Terry Denton, THAT Production Company, The Ishmael Series, Tony Flowers, Valanga Khoza, Wye River Leave a comment
blog 56: In which I cover a lot of things quickly but not well.
Well I’ve come to the end of ten straight weeks packed full of school visits and author events, all of which involved on my rough reckoning – 24 Schools, 3 Festivals, 4 States, 9 Cities and 13 plane trips. And I … Continue reading
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