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by elizabeth tai
> The views expressed are entirely the writer's own
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Elizabeth Tai is a voracious reader and the owner of enough e-reading devices that she will never ever be without reading materials. She lives a dual life in Adelaide as a healthcare worker and part-time novelist.
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