A review in The Australian, by Andrew McMillen. It’s mostly kind, which is nice. Thanks, Andrew!
I think this is one of our favourite interviews – KHD is just lovely. 🙂
An extract of our book, How I Met My Son, was published in QWeekend today.
We’ve finally finished!
Last year I was approached by a kinda nutty, but persistent publisher at Affirm Press in Melbourne and asked to write our family story as a memoir – and here it is:
After a year of blood, sweat and gin – and plenty of tears and laughs with my incredible editor, Kate – we smeared our private guts onto paper for your entertainment and curiosity, and maybe for your understanding too.
It will be launched on the 1st of April (yes, really) – You can pre-order a printed copy here, or a digital copy here or here. I can’t imagine that it’d do anything more than muss up the first page, but if anybody really wants it signed, I’d be happy to. 🙂
I hope you like it!
Kai and I will be walking with Pebbles in the RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk this year on the 15th of May at Southbank in Brisbane – Come and join us, or if you can spare some dosh, I’m sure the RSPCA will put it to good use saving pets and wildlife.
I’ve seen first hand the amazing work the wildlife clinic and ambulances do – they deserve our support!
I know that today is an important family day for many Americans and I know that many of those Americans are gender and sexuality diverse sproggets that can’t celebrate it with their families because they have been rejected.
Kai and I want to send a big virtual hug to those sproggets, young and old, and remind you that you are not alone. There are those of us who envision a world where people aren’t rejected for who they love or how they identify or express themselves, but celebrated for it. We’re all out here right now loving you, fighting for that world – trying to change hearts, one at a time. So hang in there.