In Their Own Write

In Their Own Write Advice and insights from published authors

  • Meet the Illustrator: Tash Macfarlane
    by intheirownwrite on March 17, 2018 at 3:08 am

    It is my special pleasure today to introduce debut illustrator Tash Macfarlane, who is inspired by nature and metaphors and cannot imagine a life without art to express the joy of being alive. Tash Macfarlane lives and works in Perth, Western Australia. Mainly working in watercolours, she uses Manga and comic-style art to bring her … Continue reading Meet the Illustrator: Tash Macfarlan […]

  • Meet the Author: Amanda Bridgeman
    by intheirownwrite on February 16, 2018 at 1:00 am

    Amanda’s top tip for aspiring authors: Never stop learning. The world keeps turning and life moves on, so if you don’t turn with it, you’ll be left behind. This doesn’t just apply to storytelling, but for everything be it software and IT, to marketing practices, to attending conventions. Everything! Keep your finger on the pulse … Continue reading Meet the Author: Amanda Bridgeman […]

  • Meet the Author: Diane Guntrip
    by intheirownwrite on January 19, 2018 at 1:19 am

    A passion to help young people address problems facing them in today’s world is the driving force behind today’s guest Diane Guntrip‘s decision to take a new direction into writing and speaking. Diane is an educator of many years standing both in Western Australia and the UK. Since the release of Dear H in 2014, … Continue reading Meet the Author: Diane Guntr […]

  • Meet the Author: Shirley Rowland
    by intheirownwrite on January 5, 2018 at 1:51 am

    A give-it-my-best-shot attitude and a commitment to learning has led to the realisation of a dream for West Australian debut author Shirley Rowland, my first guest on In Their Own Write for 2018. Shirley was born in South Australia but now lives with her husband in a coastal suburb south of Perth, Western Australia. Her … Continue reading Meet the Author: Shirley Rowland […]

  • Meet the Author: Susanna Rogers
    by intheirownwrite on December 18, 2017 at 1:49 am

    Susanna’s top tip: Write, write, write and then write some more. If you’re serious, finish your first novel and then write the next one because your second book will be much better than your first. And read. A lot. Most of all, enjoy it! I met Susanna Rogers when we both joined a critique group … Continue reading Meet the Author: Susanna Rogers […]