Category: War

Syria: We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know

Former Middle East correspondent, Sophie McNeill, appeared on a recent Late Night Live to talk about her new book, We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know. McNeill despairs at the world’s mute response to the atrocities committed in Syria and that we seem to be living in an age of impunity for those who wage war.

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Book Review: Beneath the Willow

Beneath the Willow opens with a prologue set in rural NSW in 1953. It is a dark scene of fear and domestic violence. The novel then steps back in time and place to the working class suburb of Balmain in 1915. Australia is at war in foreign lands and sons of families have answered her call to arms.

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Memories of my Pop

When I was five-years-old, my parents separated, and my younger brother and I moved in to live with our grandparents. While our Nan embraced her two young grandsons with warm grandmotherly arms, our Pop could be standoffish and a little scary, especially when angry with a couple of “naughty boys”.

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22 Pushup Challenge for PTSD

In 2016, I took part in the 22 Pushup Challenge, 22 days of 22 pushups, each day’s effort posted to Facebook. The goal was to raise awareness of the effects of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) on returned service personnel. And now there’s a new challenge, 25 Pushups For 25 Days, with a similar aim.

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Published March 2020

This slim book is hard to put down. And the only regret we may feel after reading it is that we reached the end too quickly! ~ Denise O'Hagan

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