Month: October 2011

Band of Gold

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I had a short story published in which a young woman tests the boundaries of obsession and ritual, forcing her husband to test the limits of his own faith. The piece appeared in Secrets, a themed anthology edited by Bevan Pope. This is the blurb… “No matter who we are or what we do in this life, we all have our fair share of secrets, some small and sweet, others big, even catastrophic. Scale aside, […]

Apps to expand your mind

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Image by Dierk Schaefer

This article on TechRadar Pro was one of the first features I wrote for Tap! Magazine. It was an exciting time: iOS was relatively new and developers were eager to leverage the technology of the Multi-Touch screen of an iPad, and I had the freedom to choose which apps met the ‘mind-expanding’ criteria. “At what point in life did learning become a chore? Perhaps the school classroom is to blame – because let’s face it, […]