About Scandaroona

The aim of Scandaroona is to play with stories.

And to think about them.

And maybe to talk about them, a little bit.

I’ve always loved writing. I don’t really have a genre; most of the time I write quite a large variety of things, and that’s the way I like it. In recent years I’ve become infatuated with fairy tales. I’ve also been playing around with the idea of writing a series of short stories, although I don’t yet know when/if that’s going to happen. At any rate, Scandaroona is an outlet for these things.

There’s also a good chance you might find doodles and photos here, although I’m a terrible artist with a broken camera who probably shouldn’t be allowed to do things like that.


Scandaroona will be launching on July 27, 2012.

9 thoughts on “About Scandaroona

  1. I’m glad I’m not the only one with a loathing for all those eletronic readers!! what happened to the good old fashioned book?

    • I try to cope with them! I really do! I’ve matured to the point where, I think, I can accept the existence/overall usefulness of Nooks and Kindles and the like. And the fact that other people like them. And the fact that they may (possibly?) end up changing the publishing world for the better, which would be a good thing for me in the long run.
      Buuut… I still can’t use one myself. They don’t smell like paper-and-ink. You can’t turn pages. You can’t accidentally drop them in the bath. And so I firmly believe that us sentimentalists have SOMETHING right.

      • I got a Kindle Fire for Mother’s Day, and you know, Libby, I too am a Dead Tree reader. I can still get my paper and ink “fix” while reading the morning newspaper and reading 3-D books in bed. I only use the Kindle when I travel. It is indeed useful in that aspect. Everything seems to have its use!

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