Self-Isolation and Pandemics

My day job is working in a High School. So I am in contact with a lot of people who don't have the best of hygiene. But so far we really haven't been impacted much. (I live in New Zealand) My heart goes out to those who have lost family members and are losing jobs and the like. I can't even imagine what that would be like. I work for the government so I don't have to worry about losing my job. But I'm also aware of many people stuck in homes and many having to look after your kids schooling. Here are some resources for those parents - Me with my teacher hat on. Audible has free stories for kids. Studies show that listening to something has the same level of comprehension as reading something

Publishing into the void

Some days when I publish I wonder if I am just publishing into the void. I felt this a little bit more when I went into a book store. Let me give you a little background. I curate a site on New Zealand Authors. Once a month I look online for newly released books by Kiwi authors and create a news letter. So I know most of the books being published by Kiwis. When I was young I met Sherryl Jordan. She is amazing and her books hit the spot for my teenage self. She was as big as Tamora Pierce in my life at that time. So I look out for her new books even now when I'm older so I didn't just miss her new releases. In this book store - a really nice book store that is difficult to get in to and only

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