Conversations with flowers and other ways of being real.

I haven’t always liked flowers. For most of my life I couldn't care less about them, thinking they were only for old ladies to tend in their garden or what mother’s demanded on mother’s day. It’s amazing how you can go through life missing out on something so extraordinary, so wonderful, so amazing, so uplifting … Continue reading Conversations with flowers and other ways of being real.

Interview on 882 6PR

Had a really interesting radio interview with Chris Iisley on 882 6PR about 'It's Ok to Feel the Way You Do' Take a listen here: https://www.6pr.com.au/podcast/book-its-ok-to-feel-the-way-you-do-josh-langley/      

What really happens when you write a kid’s book (in pictures)

Is it all pigtails, glitter and rainbows? Rainbows yes in my case, but there is also blood, sweat, tears and copious amounts of wine involved. I’m going to take you on a behind the scenes pictorial journey of making my second children’s book, It’s OK to Feel the Way You Do’, and show you what … Continue reading What really happens when you write a kid’s book (in pictures)

Life, Death and Feelings: Author Josh Langley tells all to the Bookbuzz family.

I was fortunate enough to be interviewed by Nicky Albrecht from BookBuzz Family  In one of the most revealing interviews I've had to date, Nicky isn't afraid to ask the hard questions. "I can’t wait to share this month’s author talk. This guy has followed a path all of his own towards success. And his story is … Continue reading Life, Death and Feelings: Author Josh Langley tells all to the Bookbuzz family.

Writers festivals and why they’re important to up and coming writers.

If you're a budding writer, then there's an imperative to get yourself along to your nearest writers festival so you can rub shoulders with people of your own inclination. It's how we get inspired, stay motivated and realise that we're not all alone in our desire to express ourselves. I was again part of the … Continue reading Writers festivals and why they’re important to up and coming writers.