The Month that was … March 2023

What I watched

We had the pleasure of seeing the latest musical masterpiece from Schitt’s Creek writer, David West Read. Rob Mills and Casey Donovan are two of the cast amongst many other talented performers. The story about Ann Hathaway challenging her playwright husband Shakespeare to reconsider his usual tragic endings and imagine what might happen if Juliet doesn’t die at the end of Romeo and Juliet?

It was highly entertaining, energetic, funny and terrific soundtrack. It was one of the best musicals I’ve ever seen.

It’s still playing at The Regent Theatre in Melbourne and this is a must see production so buy your tickets and go.


My reading this month as been mixed although you might detect a theme of seven. Quite unintentional…or is it? Watch out for my reviews in coming weeks.


I was honoured to be interviewed by the Canadian Macedonian Historical Society about A Perfect Stone. An interview by zoom can be challenging especially when you are in different time zones and daylight saving comes into play. But nevertheless, I think the audience who participated were enlightened about where the story of A Perfect Stone came from (my husband’s Macedonian family) and the fact that 38000 children were forcibly removed from Northern Greece during the Greek Civil War.

Even though it was published in 2018, The Perfect Stone is still read right around the world and that still amazes me.

Some pics below of me trying to answer a questions and a reading.

Until next month…

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