Based Kererū… He’s A Badass and He’s Talking 2 You! Based Kererū also says you can have Book 1 for FREE when you buy Book 2 of Te Kererū by SG Smith
Bella and The Prince: A Classic Fable Retold – Still More Short But Odd 5-Minute Fiction by Graeme Smith. Bella and the Prince is a retelling of a classic fairy tale. There’s a handsome prince who saves a beautiful princess with a kiss. And a happily ever after. What happens before, during, and after is slightly different from the version you might have heard.
Only Vegemite Makes You Mighty…! 1 Original or Fight me. Only Kiwi and Aussies Understand That There Are Only 2 Choices And Both Are Vegemite. After this there is only the great Pavlova debate. Pineapple on Pizza got nothing on these.
Alec Dystopia Citizen Journalist – Is another odd 5 Minute short story by Graeme Smith. In it you meet Alec Dystopia, the futuristic anti-hero of this speculative tale of education and evil.
What are your sources for that, bro? Never reveal your power level when they ask you about your sources. Or sauces.
NEW REVIEW of SG Smith’s Te Kererū – Book 2 By Neovictorian. Te Kererū in the Diamond Age.
COVID 19 I know… But Seriously Who Are The Celebrated CORVID 2? If it came down to the CORVID 2 versus the COVID 19, whose side would you be on? Making #memes for the 0.1%
Juan Castillo’s Other Name is a short story by Graeme Smith. It’s a tale of neurosis and delusion caused by a troubled childhood, an obsession with breakfast, and certain children’s books. Juan Castillo, the narrator, has checked himself into some kind of facility to escape from the world and “set the record straight” about disturbing events from his past. What we – and possibly he – discovers is that he can’t escape and that the fiction of the past continues to dictate present and future actions.
My IPA >Your IPA. Also, my original IPA has less soy than yours. Making #memes for the 0.1 is thirsty work.
Education is a tough business to work in. And that’s true if you are a teacher, a trainer, or any kind of specialist educator. Over the years, I’ve thought a lot about how to survive and hopefully thrive in a rapidly changing educational landscape.