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A Damn Fine Walking Stick

A Damn Fine Walking Stick

Did you know that July is Disability Pride Month? What better time to write a few words on being a disabled woman and taking pride in my damn fine walking stick, 'Wolfie'. Many people with disabilities, injuries, chronic illness, or simply age, benefit from the use of...

Publishers Weekly Reviews The War Widow

Publishers Weekly Reviews The War Widow

Set in 1946, this spirted series launch from Canadian-Australian author Moss (the Makedde Vanderwall books) introduces Billie Walker, a former war correspondent who reopens her dead father’s private inquiry firm after the Sydney...

Pandora English Resurrected

Pandora English Resurrected

When I last blogged about Pandora English, it was about needing to find a new home for her series. Well, we found it. Pandora’s full story to date is being republished by Echo Publishing, starting today.

Manus Island – An insider’s report

Manus Island – An insider’s report

In 2014 I was contacted by one of my long-standing crime research contacts. He explained that he is currently stationed at Manus Island, and that the information being made public about the violence that took place there was not correct. I came forward with this information at his request, once I was able to fully verify his account.

Visiting Japan With Tattoos

Visiting Japan With Tattoos

I love tattoos. I also love travel. Tattooing exists in practically every part of the world in some form, and perhaps like me, when you think of Japan, their famously rich tattoo culture is one of the first things that come to mind. After all, Irezumi, or traditional...

Cyberhate and Beyond : Tara Moss at The National Press Club

Cyberhate and Beyond : Tara Moss at The National Press Club

Cyberhate - 'It's not coming out of 'the internet', it's coming out of us.' Last week I had the privilege of speaking at the National Press Club on the subject of cyberhate, or online abuse. My address, 'Cyberhate and Beyond' was televised and can be viewed here. My...