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Blue Mountains-based author of Burnt Out (HarperCollins). Big fan of trees and climate action.

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The 'Burnt Out' audiobook is coming!

Do you love audiobooks? I love audiobooks. Today my publisher informed me that they're getting the ball rolling on producing the audiobook of 'Burnt Out'. Awesome news!!

I'll keep you all posted.
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Terms Of Inheritance
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Returning to Adelaide by Anne  Freeman
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Floods, rain, covid, rain, school closures, iso, rain … March was such a buzzkill. Turns out I just needed a vicarious holiday to the Greek Islands ☀️

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