A Day in the Life of a Writer: Megan Blandford

. I have known Megan online for many years with our professions crossing paths in various freelance writing groups when I was writing articles. I also had the pleasure of meeting Megan a couple of years ago where we shared a coffee and some laughs. We in fact, don’t live that far from each other … Read more

A Day in the Life of a Writer: Michelle Barraclough

Welcome to the third installment of the 2018 series of ‘A Day in the Life of a Writer’. It’s been a great start to the series so make sure you check back and take a read of a day in the life of Sarah Bailey, and a day in the life of Michael Trant, both of which … Read more

A Day in the Life of a Writer: Vanessa Carnevale

k. Vanessa is one of my longest online writing friends. I’ve watched her grow from her freelance writing days, through to becoming a writing coach, and then, best of all, having her first novel published earlier this year. Vanessa is such a wonderful supporter of other writers, and is selfless when it comes to sharing … Read more

A Day in the Life of a Writer: Tess Woods

Today I have the absolute pleasure of introducing Tess Woods. Tess has fast become one of my favourite Aussie authors. Not only is she approachable, welcoming and great fun, but she writes fantastic books. Last year I read her debut novel, ‘Love at First Flight’, which I loved, and recently her latest book, ‘Beautiful Messy … Read more

A Day in the Life of a Writer: Kelly Exeter

. I hope you’re enjoying the Day in the Life of a Writer series as much as I am. This week we have a very special guest, non-fiction author, Kelly Exeter. Kelly and I ‘met’ online initially on Twitter many moons ago and we just connected instantly. Sometimes, I swear we were twins separated at … Read more

A Day in the Life of a Writer: Louise Allan

.. This week I’m thrilled to introduce you to Australian author, Louise Allan. Louise is a writer, former doctor and mother of four. Her debut novel, The Sisters’ Song, will be published in January 2018 by Allen and Unwin. In 2014, her novel was shortlisted for the City of Fremantle—TAG Hungerford Award and she has also been … Read more

Change: the journey so far

Late December I announced my word for 2014, that word being change. Now seven weeks into the new year and I feel that my word has been a perfect choice. It’s funny how a word can affect your mindset so much, but I think you also have to be ready too. And I’m more than ready. So how is the journey so far? Let’s see…

 

 

 

 

 

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My word for 2014 is….

When I chose my word for 2013 it was a process. A process of deciding what I needed to find in my life to focus on. This time in thinking about my word for 2014, it didn’t involve much thinking at all. It made itself very clear to me towards the end of the year and when I could feel the bubbles of excitement from within I knew this was it.

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