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)
It's OK to Feel the Way You Do Josh Langley Big Sky Publishing Reviewed by Meg Whelan Released October 2017 Paperback ISBN 9781925520965 RRP $14.99 Category: Younger readers It’s OK to Feel the Way You Do is a gentle journey through the emotions that everyone feels at some point—happiness, anger, sadness, loneliness, pride, fear and … Continue reading Review by Books and Publishing Australia
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.
I’ve noticed of late I can’t slow down. There’s a tremendous sense of urgency to get things done. I can feel it, a simmering, no, a boiling desire to create and get something out there. I know there should be down time between projects. A time of rest and recuperation. A time to allow the … Continue reading A boiling desire to create.
You’ve most probably thought about it (maybe thought about it a lot), but the idea of quitting your job with nothing to go to just seems way too scary to consider. Well 12 months ago I was like you. I’d had enough of my day job and decided to walk away from a 20 year … Continue reading 9 Incredible Things They Don’t tell you When You Quit Your Job
Wow, 2016 has been one of the craziest rides of my life! I quit my job, started a business, published 2 books, took my #beingyouisenough presentation to over 25 primary schools, travelled all across the state (Albany to Port Hedland and everywhere in between), made public appearances, held book signings, visited my first aboriginal community, … Continue reading My year of living adventurously – in pictures