Are you wanting to become a writer? You might already be one.
And if you don’t think so, well, you can become one.
I’ve been writing professionally since 2011, before then I was studying it for almost five years. I love it so much – there is always something new to learn, but most importantly write. So whether you’re at university, studying for a 21st century writing career ahead or penning away at a novel squirrelled in your study, post-work, I’ve put together a few tips which may be of service. Continue reading “My 3 Tips On Writing”
Fear Of The Unknown + Writing Conferences = Too Scary Box
“I’m not scared of anything except going to writing conferences!”
Not all that long ago, I could have worn a badge with those words plastered on it… not that I would have wanted to. Continue reading “Writing Conferences And The Unknown”
A travel story honouring the humble yet rejuvenating weekender; also the beauty of Daylesford in Autumn… Continue reading “Daylesford Dreaming”
Today, I took a long lunch break and joined a friend for a literary talk and lunch at the RACV Club in Melbourne. Continue reading “On Oscar Wilde and Literary Lunches”
Dear Writer (including myself),
There’s a time for doing and a time for musing. I say, right now seems like a good time for musing, so let’s do it. Writing is a joy and a discipline and there are just a couple of things I’ve learnt along my journey. Continue reading “Dear Writer”
I admit it, I am constantly thinking about the 18th century and “olden times.” Continue reading “Modern Day Writer VS Eighteenth Century Writer”
During my time at Give Where You Live Geelong, I had the pleasure of planning, writing and editing the seasonal Give Where You Live newsletter. Continue reading “Give Where You Live newsletter: My First Print Magazine”
Daydream believer: Honour your creative gifts. (Do it: that’s the essence of this verbose and predictable ramble.) Continue reading “If you write, it’s right to write. Right?!”