Ep 331 Meet Felicity Harley, author of ‘Balance & Other B.S.: How to hold it together when you’re doing it all’.

In Episode 331 of So You Want To Be A Writer: Meet Felicity Harley, author of Balance & Other B.S.: How to hold it together when you’re doing it all. Discover how to enter the ARA Historical Novel Prize; and Andy Griffith’s top 3 tips for making kids laugh. We’re currently developing a Teenage Creative Writers’ Program for budding authors (available very soon). Plus, we have 3 copies of Australian Code Breakers by James Phelps to give away.

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Show Notes

So You Want To Be A Writer Block Party

Multi-award-winning children’s author Andy Griffiths’ top 3 tips for making kids laugh

ARA Historical Novel Prize now open

Writer in Residence

Felicity Harley

Felicity Harley has been a journalist for Australia’s leading women’s publications for two decades, including a nine-year stint as founding editor of Women’s Health. She launched and is currently editor-at-large of whimn.com.au. She has appeared weekly on Sunrise for ten years, has hosted TV shows and events and is a speaker on her favourite topic: health and wellbeing. Felicity was named one of Australia’s 100 Women of Influence for her brainchild the ‘I Support Women In Sport’ campaign. She lives in Sydney with her husband, Tom, and their greatest achievements, three children. In her, er, spare time, the health aficionado drinks coffee, does yoga, exercises (to stay sane) and cheers on the Sydney Swans.

Her book Balance & Other B.S.: How to hold it together when you’re doing it all is out now.

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Win Australian Code Breakers by James Phelps

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