Let’s call him ‘Artist One.’ We were chatting a while back about what I considered the success of someone we’ll call ‘Artist Two.’ “Artist Two’s work is amazing,” I said. “Artist Two is winning loads of awards,” I said. “Artist Two has tens of thousands of followers on social media,” I said. Artist One narrowed his eyes. “Yes, but Artist Two drives …
You know what’s difficult? Adjusting to reality after something like the Byron Bay Writers Festival. I had a pretty magical time there last Friday to Sunday. It also involved quite a bit of hat-changing.
My blog. My poor, neglected blog. It’s been a while. As I type this, I’m sitting at home with the mother of all head colds, too congested to sleep it off.
Phew. It’s been a busy month. I’ve done a lot of interviews including national TV and radio spots, I’ve written blog posts for the likes of Mamamia and Kidspot, and been the subject of several reviews. I’ve started compiling the media mentions and appearances here if you’re keen to go through them.
What a whirlwind of a night. The Anti-Princess Club was officially launched at Mary Ryan’s book shop in Byron Bay (my home town).
I’ve been a bit quiet on the old mama blog front of late. It’s because I’m in the middle of crunch time, making sure everything is in order for the launch of The Anti-Princess Club. It’s all very exciting.
The moment has come. I’ve been given the all clear to finally let you in on the titles, covers and brief synopses of my books (due for release with Allen & Unwin in March)… drumroll please… The series is called…