The purpose of these mini-books and mini-audio books is for you, our support readers, to experience our individual members’ writing style and their quirkiness and laugh, cry and feel their emotions. So let us introduce you to all of our local writers:
Chris Marston-Hillier – email@example.com
Chris came to Australia from England in 1970 after travelling widely. Chris joined the Camden Writers Inc in 2004 and enjoys the freedom of writing. He has published two books of short stories.
Ken Morrell – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ken Morrell has often called himself a scribbler rather than a writer. He has written humorous country verse and short stories for many years and has had success in competition. His work has been read on the ABC several times. He enjoys self-publishing his work as booklets to give away to family and friends. His dream of being a Mills & Boon author has faded with time and now he writes solely for the amusement of the Camden Writers Inc and its readers.
Jose’ Nodar – email@example.com
Jose’ Nodar since his arrival on Planet Earth 70 years ago, Jose’ is just starting to explore his ability to communicate in written form. He has found that many a time his mind is much faster than his fingers and his English much slower than his Spanish. Jose’ is having fun listening to his own words come to life on paper and hopes that you do so as well. He joined Camden Writers Inc. in 2018 and is slowly learning the art of the words.
Jo Pattison – firstname.lastname@example.org
Jo Pattison is now 90 years young. She has worked in many occupations. Married at 17 and as life became difficult; she turned hardship into humour and sent scripts to The New Idea to earn some money. Lately Jo has been writing poetry and is now writing for pleasure.
Teresa Rowland — email@example.com
Teresa Rowland started writing at the age of 39. She found out from her sister that she always had an imagination, wanting to take her to magic places. Now, through writing, Trish can take her grandchildren and anyone else to those places.
To support our writing group, please visit our shop and purchase our paperback book ‘Making a Splash’ or one of our companion e-books or companion audio-books. Click here for more information: Online Shop
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Finally, consider a sponsorship. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org this would be of a great help to us and the annual sponsorship start at $25.00!
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If you would like to contact any of our writers to give them your thoughts and comments please use the email address provided above.
Below are the story/poem titles for each of our writers and at the end you will find your chance to purchase any of our writer’s mini e-books and mini audio-books.
Table of Contents – Chris Marston-Hillier
THE WASHING MACHINE
THE TOOL SHED
THE MUSIC BOX
WHEN DOES IT END
AS TIME GOES BY
YEARS OF MEMORIES
WHEN I WAS YOUNG
Table of Contents – Ken Morrell
AT THE BIN
TO MAKE IT RAIN
THREE LITTLE DUCKS
I MET A LADY
FROM A LADY
SO THIS IS CHRISTMAS
A WALK WITHOUT WIND
I MISS YOU IN THE NIGHT
Table of Contents – Jose Nodar
|My Favourite Holiday Place|
|Science Fiction Writers of the Future|
|Strange Things Happen in the Okefenokee Swamp|
|Thank You Guman|
|The Four Dicks|
|What is Missing?|
Table of Contents – Jo Pattison
WHAT A YEAR IT WAS!
SOFT SUMMER RAIN
FOR MY FATHER
DAD’S OLD TABLE
ODE TO THE BIC BALLPOINT PEN!
Ode to the Ballpoint Pen
Teresa Rowland – Table of Contents.
IS THIS LOVE?
A QUIET MAN
WHAT ARE GRAND DAUGHTERS MADE OFF
WHAT ARE GRAND SONS MADE OFF
THE PHONE CALL
THIS GIFT IS FOR YOU
YOUR CHRISTENING DAY