In Their Own Write Advice and insights from published authors

  • Meet the Author: Sharon Giltrow
    by intheirownwrite on May 6, 2022 at 1:00 am

    Join a critique group where you can share your story with like-minded people. Take their feedback and make your story even better, while at the same time give feedback on their story. Sharon Giltrow Sharon Giltrow grew up in South Australia, the youngest of eight children, surrounded by pet sheep and fields of barley. She … Continue reading Meet the Author: Sharon Giltrow

  • Meet the Author: Sean Rabin
    by intheirownwrite on April 29, 2022 at 4:58 am

    There is definitely something to learn from rejection. Maybe the work isn’t ready. Maybe you’re not ready as a person. Maybe you’re not approaching the right publisher… I’ve always known persistence was key to writing. Sean Rabin Born in Hobart, Tasmania, Sean Rabin has worked as a cook, script reader, copy-editor, freelance journalist and librarian. … Continue reading Meet the Author: Sean Rabin

  • Off the page with Amra Pajalic
    by intheirownwrite on April 15, 2022 at 1:45 am

    I’ve always been interested in learning how other writers work and what they do when they aren’t focusing on what’s happening on the page of their latest novel. Today it’s my pleasure to introduce AMRA PAJALIC, an award-winning author whose latest book is a short story collection, The Cuckoo’s Song. I am constantly tweaking and … Continue reading Off the page with Amra Pajalic

  • Meet the Author: Dimity Powell
    by intheirownwrite on April 1, 2022 at 5:32 am

    It might take decades to be an overnight success. Persistence, patience and consistency are key. Dimity Powell Dimity Powell loves to fill every spare moment with words. She writes and reviews exclusively for children with over 30 published stories and is the Managing Editor for Kids’ Book Review. Her word webs appear in anthologies, school … Continue reading Meet the Author: Dimity Powell

  • Meet the Author: Dominique Wilson
    by intheirownwrite on March 25, 2022 at 1:00 am

    Don’t wait for the muse, she’s too flighty to be relied upon – just write. Be professional – ie: put in the work, accept criticism, meet deadlines. And lastly, read. Read constantly, in the genre you want to write and in other genres as well, because they all have something to teach you. Dominique Wilson … Continue reading Meet the Author: Dominique Wilson