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Here you'll find my thoughts, my writing, my music, book reviews, and whatever else tickles my fancy.


The Night Circus – Erin Morgenstern

“The circus arrives without warning” and without warning, you are transported to a beautiful and enchanted world. Before long, you are blissfully lost in a charming world full of wonders and mysteries, mesmerised by a dreamlike circus full of engaging characters and many a spellbound tent. The world of The Night Circus is richly imaginative …

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Silence – Thich Nhat Hanh

“The Power of Quiet in a World Full of Noise” is written on the cover of this book and it is precisely what it delivers. Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh effortlessly conveys the wisdom of Zen Buddhism and Mindfulness and gracefully deciphers why noise is a barrier to happiness. He illustrates where such perils lurk in …

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The Fork, The Witch, And The Worm – Christopher Paolini

I squealed with delight when I strolled past the name “Christopher Paolini” at Dymocks! Why? Because the Inheritance Cycle is only my favourite book series – the idea of bonding to a dragon is simply too splendid to behold. Besides, if there ever was anything better than flying, it would be to fly with a dragon! …

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Original Song: Breathe

Times are a-changing. Many deep wounds are being exposed and along with that the collective pain of millions that has been suppressed for far too long is washing over the world and it is palpable no matter where you are. Humanity is awakening and it is challenging, it is uncomfortable but it is oh-so necessary …

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Spitfire Audio Westworld Scoring Comp 2020 Entry

I’ve dreamt of and aspired to scoring something one day. This is the first time I’ve attempted it and I loved every minute of it. Big thanks to the lovely people at Spitfire Audio, Westworld, and HBO for this opportunity! Here’s a cover song with a cinematic vibe: Marco and Gina’s Theme.

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