June 2023 M T W T F S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Michael Gerard Bauer Author
Join 1,879 other subscribers
Follow me on Facebook.
Follow me on Instagram.
Tag Archives: Oliver Phommavanh
blog 116: In which three months of 2019 somehow flashed by.
Well I woke up yesterday only to discover that it was April the First already. Is this some kind of a sick joke?!? Where did a quarter of 2019 go? I’m supposed to be deep in writing the serious YA … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Aami Park, Artspear Entertainment, Binna Burra Lodge, Bren MacDibble, Broncos, Cath Crowley, CBCA Notables, Escher, Felice Arena, Fiona Wood, Jane Caro, Karen Foxlee, Katherine Battersby, Kim Kane, Lenny's Book of Everything, Marist Ashgrove, Megan Daley, Mitchelton State School, Mt Gravatt High School, NGV, Oliver Phommavanh, Padua College, Richard Newsome, Riverbend Books, Rodney Loses It!, Science Works, Somerset Storyfest 2019, Squish Rabbit, Stella the Unstoppable, Sunrise Beach, Sunshine Coast, Taabinga State School, The Things That Will Not Stand, Toon Sandwich Leave a comment
Blog 72: In which I quickly recap 20 highlights of July, August and September.
ONCE AGAIN I have failed to keep my resolution of regular blogging and so I am forced to rapidly and haphazardly retrace my steps over the past three months. So here goes: 1. In July, Joe and I launched Secret Agent … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged Black Cat Books Paddington Brisbane, BWF, Caroline Magerl, CBCA Notables, Children's Choice Awards 2014, Eric Vale Epic Fail, Eric Vale Super Male, Glenda Millard, Isobelle Carmody, Joe Bauer, lego, Lucia Masciullo, Nick Earls, Oakey Council Library, Oliver Phommavanh, Samatha Wheeler, Secret Agent Derek 'Danger' Dale, Spud and Charli, St Joseph's Bardon, The Glennie School 3 Comments
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
You must be logged in to post a comment.