At 70 years  young I graduated from  the  University of Tasmania  Diploma of Family History Studies  & the  University of the Sunshine Coast; where I completed  my Bachelor of Creative Writing and Master of Professional Practice Creative Writing,  A political  activist; I support the ongoing fight for Tibetan Freedom, Sentient Rights, the right of all to live in a peaceful and democratic society and a Dementia Advocate in addition to being a writer.  I share my life with my wonderful partner, our four-legged fur baby Hugo Boss and once we were the proud owners of a second-hand book  store.  I am immensely proud of our wonderful children and grandchildren. So grateful for the life I have.  This blog is dedicated to my wonderful Dad who passed away in 2015 – the man who told me, I could be anyone and do  anything I wanted in life–  I just had to try.

I am privileged to live in  Wonthaggi on the beautiful Bass Coast in Victoria, a change from the  Sunshine Coast Hinterland, where we were  surrounded by the incredible beauty of the Glass House Mountains.

I take my strength from  the sea and the mountains and they  provide much of the  inspiration for my writing and poetry.  I hope you enjoy my work and please share your comments.

All work contained in this blog is ©Linda Morse  and remains the property of the author and may not be reproduced in any way without permission.


LInda  It is not impermanence that makes us suffer

What makes us suffer is wanting things to be permanent

When they are not  

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  1. Hello Linda. Lucky you, owning a book shop, it must be a pleasure to go to work each day. What is the name of your shop? I visit the Sunshine Coast occasionally and could call in and say hello in person. 🙂

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    • The Shop is Beewrah Books and Bits in the HInterland at Beerwah. We love it but facing a downturn in trade due to bypass road and the building of a large new shopping complex. People drive in shop and drive out. Strip shopping is becoming a thing of the past we are hanging in there but not sure for how long. …

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