Toni Jordan’s Top 10 Flawed Romantic Heroines
The Guardian
As a card-carrying member of Hopeless Romantics Inc, I see Lerve stories everywhere. So my top 10 flawed romantic heroines aren’t confined to traditional romance novels: for me, the most intriguing part of many novels, whether they be literary, crime or popular fiction, is the romantic bit. Sigh…
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A Novel Form of Work
Courier Mail
Mt Warning towers over the Queensland border. It is 1156m high and from the top you can see all the way to Point Byron. I am definitely not an outdoors person – for me, camping is a three-star hotel. Yet many, many moons ago, when I was 23, I climbed Mt Warning. And it was easy…
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New Broom: Here’s to Sweeping Housework Aside
The Age
Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned. It has been five days since I cleaned the house. Last night’s dishes are in the sink. The bed is unmade. Dust balls roll across the floor like tumbleweeds in a Road Runner cartoon. Even here at my desk, the alleged bastion of my professionalism, there’s an empty takeaway latte cup, five tissues (used) and a packet of dog treats way past their best-before date. Luckily the dog isn’t fussy…
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