Category Archives: Writer’s block

The four expert content tips I share with new clients

The four expert content tips I share with new clients

The four expert content tips I share with new clients   Does your content have you down? If you’re unhappy with your content, not sure how to go about writing better words, reviewing your current approach or crafting a strategy – know that you’re not alone. Maybe you’re: not getting what you expected from expensive content agencies… Continue Reading

Six reasons to join a writers’ group

Six reasons to join a writers’ group

‘Writing isn’t about making money, getting famous, getting dates, getting laid, or making friends. In the end, it’s about enriching the lives of those who will read your work, and enriching your own life, as well.’ − Stephen King  In my newsletter last week, I wrote about how being a part of a writers’ group… Continue Reading

What I learnt from Seth Godin: insights on art and creativity

What I learnt from Seth Godin: insights on art and creativity

Show your work, magnify weirdness and say ‘here, I made this.’ In 2014, I had the privilege of seeing Seth Godin speak in Sydney. It was an ah-ha filled event. As a writer and business owner, Seth’s musings and insights on art, creativity and business are inspirational and at the same time, they’re jolting in their simplicity… Continue Reading