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I have been writing all my life. At sixteen, I wrote a cute song called ‘Barefoot Boy’ which became a number one hit on the charts and is still occasionally played on the radio.
My background is varied from drama, script writing for stage, promotion and recording producer.
Operating my own theatrical agency for over ten years and writing articles for various publications.
I decided on a career change to Laughter Therapy and training, and I conducted many seminars, courses and conference presentations in Australia and South East Asia.
My book ‘Laugh Aerobics” was published by Harper Collins and translated into Japanese.
Switching careers again, I am now focused on writing and conducting writing for pleasure courses and currently completing my novel “In Bed with Millie” a total departure from anything I have written before, and the journey continues.
My latest self-published book is “Sometimes the Music”
This memoir is about the turbulence of two overpowering individuals who leave their footprints in the world of jazz, Rock ‘n Roll, and the wilful destruction addiction brings as well as how it impacts not just the addict but those closest to them.
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