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Rebecca Raisin

I have been an avid reader all my life and collect books like some women collect shoes.

On the advice of a friend, who is an author himself, I started writing about two years ago, which swiftly turned into an obsession.

Now the only dilemma is whether to read or write, and finding ways to do both – around my twin boys, a home that always looks like someone picked it up and shook it, and my ‘foodie’ partner, who expects meals made from scratch, a house not drowning in books, and a partner not obsessed with talking about herself.

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From Short Stories To Writing A Novel, by Rebecca Raisin

Editing and Rewriting: The Dreaded Middle, by Rebecca Raisin

On ‘Killing Your Darlings’, by Rebecca Raisin

Getting Feedback On My Novel Manuscript From Novelist Lia Weston, by Rebecca Raisin

6 Comments Post a comment
  1. Haylie Eketone #

    Love you !!

    March 27, 2012
  2. Margaret Sheppard #

    Bec, with all you have on your plate, you demonstrate impressive juggling talents. Having read a number of your stories so far and enjoyed them immensely, it is clear to me (also an avid reader for more years than I want to admit to) that your real talent lies in writing. I’m so looking forward to reading more so keep those stories coming and just keep juggling!

    March 28, 2012

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  1. From Short Stories To Writing A Novel, by Rebecca Raisin | Writing Novels in Australia
  2. Editing and Rewriting: The Dreaded Middle, by Rebecca Raisin | Writing Novels in Australia
  3. On ‘Killing Your Darlings’, by Rebecca Raisin | Writing Novels in Australia
  4. Getting Feedback On My Novel Manuscript From Novelist Lia Weston, by Rebecca Raisin | Writing Novels in Australia

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