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Tammie Bullard

Writer, paramedic, educator and author of The Good, The Bad & The Ugly Paramedic, Tammie is passionate about the human focus of healthcare. With a particular focus on the unique challenges of the emergency prehospital environment, her first book was published in June 2019, a second paramedic text has been scheduled for release in October…

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There is one thing we are guaranteed of in this life, that is death. Yet it is the one thing no one wants to think about or talk about. However, it is the one topic that people want to read about, especially after a significant loss. Speaking from experience, I also know that after a…

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Susan Midalia is the author of three short story collections, all shortlisted for major literary awards, and two literary novels: The Art of Persuasion and Everyday Madness. Her fiction is focuses on the so-called 'domestic' - family, relationships and personal identity - and on the affect of politics in everyday life. Susan also works as…

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Katie Stewart is a children's author and illustrator who lives on a farm outside Northam. She is a keen nature lover and especially loves to illustrate animals. She has a business, Magic Owl Design, where she makes covers for self-published books, both illustrated and photo-manipulated. Her first traditionally published picture book, "What Colour is the…

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View the profile of Donald Gordon

Donald Gordon

Donald has spent his career in international senior leadership and consulting roles. His recently-published book 'From Technocrat to Leader' focuses on the foundational importance to leaders of earning the trust of their people. It is a self-help manual for those new to leadership roles and charts his progress from a very technocratic engineering graduate to…

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Josephine Taylor is a writer and editor who was born on a farm in England and now lives on the coast north of Perth, Western Australia. After developing chronic gynaecological pain in 2000, she was forced to surrender her career as a psychotherapist. Years later, research and writing on the condition made its way into…

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