Launched a 3-Pronged Attack

2011 promises to be an unprecedented year for me galloping towards my goals. I’ve launched a 3-pronged pro-active attack to achieve my New Year resolutions.

Personal Fitness On Monday, I commenced a 12 week Body Blitz to improve my fitness and energize me. I’ll need my optimum health to achieve all those goals I’ve set […]

Empower the Teacher Within

When parents at my school harassed me to breaking point, I lost my self-esteem and all my power.

Slowly my personality withered and I developed Bipolar Disorder.

Now thank God, I’ve recovered and writing ME AND HER: a Memoir of Madness became part of the cathartic healing process.

I’m a multi-genre writer who specialized in […]

I love my Picky Bitches!

Thank God for the Picky Bitches in my writers life! Just received critiques from my writers group for the first two chapters of Space Kids Book 2 … Josh vs. Lord Terra. My hands trembled with excitement as I read their notes and suggestions. Is it a winner?

My writing buddies delivered positive feedback […]

SPACE KIDS Series … Do we have Lift Off?

I’m praying for a 3-Book publishing deal. Two weeks ago, an International Publisher requested Josh and the It and she is now considering it for publication. I hope to entice her with all three books in the Space Kids book series.

I’ve plotted, planned and completed the first draft of Book 2, And now I’m […]


A children’s publisher requested Josh and the It, my kids’ sci-fi chapter book I turned a query letter into a request for my manuscript. How?

For the last month I’ve researched children’s publishers, pouring over the writer’s bible, Australian Writers Marketplace, and publisher’s websites including their submission guidelines. I discovered my manuscript was too short […]

Josh and the It … Amped Up

Josh and the It, my kids Sci-Fi chapter book is seriously amped up to the MAX.

Josh’s insistent voice wouldn’t shut up, wouldn’t leave me alone, suggesting ideas, forcing me to do a Rewrite.

In March I read Josh and the It to a class of grade-fivers and studied their honest reactions as Readers.

What […]