A songline or dreaming track is a path across the land (or sometimes across the sky) according to the aboriginal people of Australia.
This blog is my song line, my dreaming track which follows me through life.
FAQ No 1
A thousand bits of paper, the name of my blog, stems from a habit of scribbling poetry, recipes, and thoughts in all sorts of random places. Now some have found a home here.
Okay, this is not a frequently asked question 😊 but one I thought I would answer anyway. My books can be found on the dropdown menu on the home page or by following this link to my author page on Amazon. The books contain poetry no longer published on the blog. If you would like a personally signed copy, for any other queries, or just to say “hi” email me directly at email@example.com
What happened to Audacity?
Audacity Magazine, an online journal I created (but sadly, no longer publish, due to time constraints) has stories from artistic and soulful characters from all over the world. Links to back issues can be found in the dropdown menu beneath my books.
Kate Duff is a writer and poet from western Queensland Australia. Kate is a mostly solo adventurer and traveller who hikes, motorbikes and writes extensively.
This blog is home to her “thousands bits of paper”, a collection of thoughts and poetry.
Looking for Kates books? Select this option from the drop down list on the blog home page. There are currently two poetry books for sale. A YA fiction novel will be out later this year.
Wondering about Audacity Magazine? The six issues of Audacity which were produced when Kate was unable to travel (remember 2020 ahh yes the year of COVID lockdowns) are free and available to read anytime online – simply select the from the drop down list on the home page. Audacity Magazine is a series of interviews and stories with other bloggers, poets, artists, entrepreneurs, authors and otherwise inspirational and folk. Sadly it was put to rest due to time and energy constraints. Plus – the borders opened up again 😊
To contact Kate email her at firstname.lastname@example.org – or connect to her social media accounts on Instagram or Twitter (you guessed it – home page – tap in the icons to find your way there)