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What does International Women’s Day mean to Me? #IWD2023

Happy International Women’s Day! Are you celebrating the occasion or is it just any old day in your world? I am pondering what International Women’s Day means to me, and by extension, what it might mean to my daughters as … Continue reading

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Go Back to Work? But my Children need Me! #IWD19

“Mummy, you can’t go out to work,” my daughters cried in horror, “We need you!” So began a recent conversation with my children, aged 8 and 5, when I tentatively suggested that I might have to go out to work … Continue reading

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Catherine Green Guest Author at The Writing Box

I am at it again! This time you can see me on the Writing Box blog, talking about my approach to writing, the best and worst advice I have been given, and general experiences in the Indie publishing world. The … Continue reading

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