Today I’m on Teena Raffa-Mulligan’s ‘In Their Own Write’ blog, chatting all things writing. Here’s what ground we covered:

  1. Why do you write?
  2. What would you be doing if you weren’t a writer?
  3. What was your toughest obstacle to getting published?
  4. How involved have you been in the development of your books? Do you have input into the cover/illustrations?
  5. What’s the best aspect of writing?
  6. And the worst?
  7. What would you do differently if you were starting out now as a writer?
  8. What do you wish you’d been told before you set out to become an author?
  9. What’s the best advice you were ever given?

So, if you’d like to hear what answers I gave to the above, you can check it out here:

Amanda Bridgeman – In Their Own Write.


About Amanda Bridgeman

Amanda Bridgeman is a Tin Duck Award winner and an Aurealis and Ditmar Awards finalist. She studied film & television/creative writing at Murdoch University (BA Communication Studies) and has been published by Angry Robot and Pan Macmillan (Momentum Books).

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