Monthly Archives: March 2011

Google Jill Smith author Australian…

I just Googled Jill Smith and the Australian Writers Rock website came up with my book review of Phyllis McDuff book A Story Dreamt Long Ago! This is a review I did in 2008. Check out some of my more … Continue reading

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Dual Visions at Gold Coast Writers workshop..

Had a great time at the Gold Coast Writers workshop today. Learnt a lot, met up and enjoyed the company of fellow authors, and sold two books. Kathy Stewart offered advice on creating story arc in my follow-up book to … Continue reading

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Dual Visions and writing workshop …

I’m off to a workshop with the Gold Coast Writers on Saturday to learn more inspirational ideas on writing and how to present my book to the world. I’ll be taking the tools I’ve been using so far and will … Continue reading

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Dual Visions at Gold Coast Writers meeting…

Today at the Gold Coast Writers meeting received copies of my book back from Borders Robina via John Clark.  The guest speaker was talking about boys literacy and encouraging writers to target their books at boys, due to the lack … Continue reading

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Dual Visions at Somerset Literary Festival…

I’ve enjoyed learning from a variety of interesting writers today, and from the students attending the sessions. I’m always delighted with the way the children ask such good questions.  

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Dual Visions at Somerset Literary Festival…

Wednesday 16th March, I’ll be attending four great sessions and soaking up the inspirational vibes of talented authors. Thursday 17th, I’ve two sessions booked and will be going with Marion Martineer of The Ten Penners. With my note-book at the … Continue reading

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Dual Visions going to Somerset Literary Festival…

I’m attending Somerset Literary Festival, not as a speaker but as a student to the wonderful writers presenting their work. I will be taking my book to show any interested promoters my work. I hope to get the buzz that … Continue reading

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