Life, Love & Everything

Life, Love & Everything

I began writing this book in 2011 when I was living with my mother and step father in Rosny, Tasmania. My high school art teacher loved my poems, so I continued writing poems in my spare time. My technique varies and is totally freelance. I don’t always use a set structure, sometimes I use verse or rhyme. I enjoy the freedom of writing poetry as there are no real rules. This book reflects my life experiences, from the mundane to significant events. I have drawn inspiration from reading, the dictionary is my best friend.

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I wrote my first book from 2011 - 2013, it is a collection of poems titled 'Life, Love & Everything' and is available from Amazon.

During my University days in Tasmania, a few of my works were published in Australia and the USA. My greatest achievement was for a poem titled 'Evidently' I submitted for the Anthology in the USA. This piece won editors choice.

My second book is titled 'Symptomatic Addict' and will be available early 2015. Books 3 & 4 are being written (as of November 2014).

I have completed my Bachelor's exams for a Metaphysical Science, and all going to plan I will continue to complete my Masters and Doctorate, at the University of Metaphysics, by the end of 2016.

I have been working and volunteering in the events industry for 10 years on January 25th 2015. I have been bar supervisor for Big Day Out and bar manager st St Kilda Festival. I have been Box Office Manager for Midsumma Festival and will be Volunteer Manager for Seven Sister Festival in March 2015.

I have also been the Director of Melbourne's largest small comedy festival - The Quarterly Retort and assistant to Festival Director at Let Them Eat Cake in Werribee.

My future is as an Author and Event Manager under the registered business Etheriala.

I am currently writing for hub garden online.

I am Chief Editor of several hubs


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