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Karen Andrews

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Karen Andrews lives in Melbourne with her husband, two children, and a company-craving cat. She grew up in Kempsey, on the mid-north coast of New South Wales, and spent most of her spare time at her grandparent's farm. She comes from a large Catholic family and many, like her mother, are teachers - except her father who was a life-long Telstra worker.

Karen has a background in events management and freelance writing. In recent years she has won short story and poetry awards. In 2008 she created her own small-press publishing imprint - Miscellaneous Press -  to self-publish her children's picture book Surprise! and then publish Miscellaneous Voices: Australian Blog Writing #1 in 2010, both to positive reviews.

She writes a successful personal blog, Miscellaneous Mum, and has written there since 2006. Karen says she has several writing projects on the go - and they may even be finished one day. In her spare time she haunts bookshops and second hand bookstores - the latter to buy vintage Old Hollywood-themed coffee table books to add to her collection.

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My Memories are Alive with The Sounds of Motherhood

25/05/2011 - 13:46

I remember reading once that a mother’s hearing is programmed to be receptive to the cries of her baby while she is sleeping. Read full post
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