Georgie Donaghey

INVEST The Write Way

Invest the Write Way Saves You Time and Money by Hayley Hunkin

Do you want to be a published author? If you do, you can do no better than to complete Georgie Donaghey’s course, INVEST the Write Way. She generously shares her knowledge and experience of the publishing industry, especially in the world of children’s publishing. The information you’ll receive in a short space of time will …

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Rejection letters

R E J E C T I O N – Not a four letter word, but just as bad by Georgie Donaghey

I was recently asked by a writer friend how do I handle rejection? After so many of them I guess you could call me a rejection pro. I realised long ago being accepted by a publisher straight away wasn’t going to happen. I had to earn my stripes. What I did know was I would …

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Megan Higginson

Raymund and the Fear Monster – Q&A with Megan Higginson

Megan has always been an avid reader of books from all genres, but she loves sci-fi and fantasy. As a child and teenager, if she could have combined reading from horseback while galloping along Mackay’s beaches, or while mustering cattle in the Queensland outback she would have. (Of course, she would have not enjoyed the …

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My Daddy is Different

My Daddy is Different – Q&A with Suzi Faed

The written word is how Suzi likes to be heard. She aspires to inspire those who read her work. Suzi has independently published her late father’s biography, Fighting Spirit, and is awaiting the release of her debut picture book, My Daddy is Different. Three of her stories also appeared in the Creative Kids Tales Story Collection Vol. 2. …

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The Quest Diaries of Max Crack

The Quest Diaries of Max Crack – Q&A with Jules Faber

Jules Faber is a cartoonist and illustrator, most well-known for illustrating the WeirDo series by comedian Anh Do, for which they’ve won multiple awards, including Book of the Year for Older Children at the Australian Book Industry Awards. He’s also illustrated David Warner’s ‘Kaboom Kid’ series, Michael Pryor’s ‘Leo Da Vinci’ series, Alex Ratt’s Stinky …

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So You Want To Be A Writer

So You Want To Be A Writer – Q&A Valerie Khoo and Allison Tait

Valerie Khoo is CEO of the Australian Writers’ Centre, the country’s leading centre for writing courses. With campuses in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Online, the centre has enrolled more than 50,000 students across Australia and internationally. A former journalist, Valerie is also co-author of the book So You Want To Be A Writer: How …

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Secrets of a Schoolyard Millionaire

Secrets Of A Schoolyard Millionaire – Q&A with Nat Amoore

Nat Amoore is a Sydney-based writer whose first middle grade novel ‘Secrets Of A Schoolyard Millionaire’ is out now with Penguin Random House, with a second novel expected in 2020. She will also appear in Total Quack Up Again!, due out in October 2019. Nat co-hosts kid lit podcast One More Page, which has had …

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