I hate ‘about me’s – they always feel like I’m rambling needlessly and I never quite know what to say – “born in 1984 in a small Australian mountainous town called Katoomba where I lived for the first three years of my life. My fondest memory involves using car bonnets to slide down snow covered hills close to home.” See, rambling… “I enjoyed a wild upbringing which most probably has fed my wild imagination and created the writer within.” And I mean wild – everything from running to women’s refuges as a toddler, hunting and shooting as a teenager, driving a car a good ten years before I was legally able to get my license and horse riding – I loved horse riding. “As an adult I’ve found my niche in the world, I’m growing into a proud mother, developing into a worthy manager and learning how to both love and be loved.”

However I’ll admit, wholeheartedly that this publishing industry frustrates me, I feel like I’m standing in the middle of a circle and someone’s shouting ‘move forwards’ – get it? Which way is forwards in the middle of a circle?

Needless to say what I really want to be able to do is look back on my life as a writer and honestly smile, I don’t want to remember the years as wasted, but as the fire in my life that they truly are.


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Phillip A. Ellis
    Dec 10, 2010 @ 08:33:35

    I saw your piece in the forum of awmonline about marketing & facebook. I’d love to hear about your book.




    • Cas
      Jan 01, 2011 @ 05:26:35

      Hi philip,
      Thanks for the interest… wow it’s been a while since i was on awmonline i think i better pop in over there.



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