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November 15, 2016

A Writer’s Dream, guest post by Glenice Whitting

Filed under: Books & Writing — roundtablewriting @ 11:21 am

My blog has been in hiatus while I completed a Doctorate of Creative Arts at the University of Technology Sydney. I’m re-blogging this story from Feathers of a Firebird (Sophie Masson) because Glenice Whitting shows how with persistence and determination you can reach your goals. It took a toll but Glenice says: “The mature aged student journey from VCE to PhD had required passion, dogged determination and guts, but it had also been the most exciting, exhilarating time in my life.” I’m full of admiration for Glenice.

Feathers of the Firebird

glenice-whitting-jpgI’m delighted to publish today a guest post by author Glenice Whitting. Her debut novel Pickle to Pie was shortlisted for the Victorian Premier’s Literary awards and won the Ilura Press International Fiction Quest.  During her studies from VCE to PhD she was invited to become a member of The Golden Key International Honour Society and awarded an APA scholarship. Her latest novel, ‘Something Missing’ will be published by MadeGlobal Publishing and launched at Swinburne University 11th December 2016. 

A Writer’s Dream

by Glenice Whitting

Writers often dream of being published and getting their work ‘out there’. I am no exception and I am delighted that my second novel will be launched in December 2016 by MadeGlobal Publishing. ‘Something Missing’ began life as my artefact for my PhD at Swinburne University. It is the story of  two women who changed each other’s life through a friendship that spanned two…

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