In Their Own Write

In Their Own Write Advice and insights from published authors

  • Meet the Author: Kate Russell
    by intheirownwrite on October 18, 2017 at 12:48 am

     Today it is my pleasure to take part in a blog tour for a special publication and introduce you to Kate Russell, one of the authors of Mystery, Mayhem & Magic, an anthology of amazing adventures for young readers.  “Take a path through the forest of imagination into mysterious journeys filled with mayhem and a … Continue reading Meet the Author: Kate Russ […]

  • Meet the Author: Bobbie Richardson
    by intheirownwrite on September 22, 2017 at 6:09 am

    Bobbie’s top tip for aspiring authors: Find a place, whether at home or at a café you love to go to, and make that your business place to write. I always treat myself with a cuppa and do at least 1.5 hours of work at a time before breaks. Bobbie Richardson, a local Maleny resident … Continue reading Meet the Author: Bobbie Richardson […]

  • Meet the Author: Goldie Alexander
    by intheirownwrite on September 15, 2017 at 2:55 am

      Goldie’s top tip for aspiring authors: One word: PERSEVERANCE. And try and write every day, if only a sentence. Practice makes perfect. Goldie Alexander’s 90 books and prize-winning short stories appear both in Australia and internationally. Her ability to bring both the past and other worlds to light touches the hearts of adults and … Continue reading Meet the Author: Goldie Alexander […]

  • Meet the Author: Robert Power
    by intheirownwrite on September 8, 2017 at 1:38 am

      Robert’s top tip for aspiring authors: If on any given day you don’t feel particularly creative, then edit your draft, or sketch out new plot ideas. There is never a good reason to stare at an empty sheet of paper (or blank computer screen). You become a writer by writing. And … never give … Continue reading Meet the Author: Robert Power […]

  • Meet the Author: Rachel Matthews
    by intheirownwrite on August 31, 2017 at 6:26 pm

    Rachel’s top tip for aspiring authors: Join a writing program or any environment where you can give and receive feedback. Write about what matters to you, that will resonate to the reader. Forget trends, they come and go. Don’t edit your first draft of anything, just write. Be vulnerable and mindful of your own judgements. … Continue reading Meet the Author: Rachel Matthews […]