Meet Rebekah Campbell, author of 138 Dates: The true story of one woman's search for everything. Discover how to harness community to build book sales. Have you listened to the Your Kid's Next Read podcast? Plus, we have 3 copies of The Disappearing Act by Catherine Steadman to give away.
Review shout out
Stephanie J. Ewing:
It worked! I read this book and was inspired to write my own
If you think you want to write a book, buy this one to put you on the right track. I read this book. It inspired me to write my book! So excited and thankful that I bought this one. It it in paperback so you can take notes!
Links mentioned in this episode
- So You Want To Be A Writer book
- How to Harness Community to Build Book Sales and Platform
- Your Kid's Next Read Podcast
- WIN ‘The Disappearing Act’ by Catherine Steadman
- So you want to be a writer Facebook group
Writer in residence: Rebekah Campbell
Rebekah Campbell is the co-founder of Hey You, a mobile app used by more than one million Australians to order and pay at cafes. She has kept a blog about her experiences as an entrepreneur which was named ‘Best Business Blog’ by Smart Company and became a New York Times column in 2012.
Rebekah writes a monthly opinion piece for AFR BOSS Magazine and has contributed to Mamamia, Women’s Agenda and Stuff. She is a high-profile public speaker who spoke at TEDx Sydney (2012) and numerous events for Business Chicks. Rebekah was named a Woman of Influence in 2015 and APEC Young Woman Innovator. She is currently the host and curator of the City of Sydney’s virtual event series ‘Reboot’, supporting 18,000 Sydney business owners to recover from the impact of COVID 19. Rebekah’s personal passion is her everything which she found at the end of her book.
138 Dates was published by Allen and Unwin in July 2021.
Follow Rebekah on Twitter.
Follow Allen and Unwin on Twitter.
(If you click the link above and then purchase from Booktopia, we get a small commission. This amount is donated to Doggie Rescue to support their valuable work with unwanted and abandoned dogs.)
This podcast is brought to you by the Australian Writers' Centre.
Find out more about your hosts here:
- Allison Tait (@altait on Twitter and @allisontaitwriter on Instagram).
- Valerie Khoo (@valeriekhoo on Twitter and @valeriekhoo on Instagram).