Dee lives in the South of England in a home otherwise filled with males - husband, boys and pets -
she writes to escape the testosterone.
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I’ve spent this week waiting to be able to access the learning content of my EdD programme, but until my references come through admin won’t give me access. This is the acceptable consequence of applying more than a month after the doctoral programme began. What is utterly ridiculous however, is …
I made these adorable unicorn rainbow cupcakes using this recipe. I made the horns and ears out of fondant, used twists of rainbow laces for the mane, then added some glitter and sprinkles.
Between January 1st 2017 – December 31st 2017 I will list the books I read, with the aim to have at least one title to go beside each letter of the alphabet. You can see my reading list from previous years by clicking on the following links: 2013, 2014, 2015, …
I am a registered midwifery lecturer and registered public health practitioner who writes for adults and children. I teach midwifery four days per week, and work as a freelance writer the rest of the week. My special interest is creating educational packages to be delivered using digital and mixed reality platforms. At the age of 40, I was diagnosed with a form of autism called Asperger's syndrome, in addition to dyslexia and dyspraxia (which definitely explains a lot of things, including why I can't read a tube map)