Eila Jameson-Avey

stories about diversity.

Mudgee Readers’ Festival

Thank you to those that came along to the author talk. It was an intimate affair with a small audience who also bought some copies of Simon Goes to Spain. Berkelouw now has a few copies on their shelves as does Collins Bookstore in Orange.

My public appearances haven’t stopped, just yet, I’ve been offered a spot at Mudgee Reader’s Festival on Sunday 18th August to plug my book, so if you’re free at 10am, please come along to the Library.

In the meantime, I’m happily ensconced back into my ‘writerly’ ways —  well — in between visiting family and preparing for to work.

Living in London is coming along and despite the deletion of swathes of scenes it feels good to have the project back on track.

The only way to improve your craft is to write and write a lot. My message for all those writers out there who, like me, are still trying to make it;

Hard work = well deserved gains.

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