I am fascinated by a word’s ability to represent such a variety of meanings; how its interpretation can vary based on an individual’s experience relating to culture, location and mood. For example, in Australia the word cute is generally used to describe children or animals. Whereas, in Japan, being called cute (kawaii) is flattering for both women and men of all ages.
I write to express myself, to share meaningful stories and educate others. My aim is to produce original content, while being relatable and genuine at the same time. I commonly write about my travels and journey through life. You’ll notice most of the articles featured on my homepage are published on blogs or printed in travel magazines, however, I also enjoy writing poems and scripts. My employable services include creative retellings and reviews, copywriting, proofreading and consultancy.
My children’s book Noonie and the Missing Bone was published in March 2016. You can check it out here.
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