Hey there. I’m Georgia. I’m a busy writer, editor, mom, and wife. While I’m busy writing the next gripping romance, I send my readers discounts and promotional offers when they become available.
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Who am I as a person
As I said, I’m a mom and wife. My wonderful husband also lives with Schizophrenia, but most of the time, he looks after me because I get so busy. He brings me coffee and forgives me when I get stressed out.
I study publishing, writing, and everything in between. Altogether, I hold an Associate Degree in Creative Writing, a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, and I’m working on a Graduate Certificate in Publishing at the moment. In the past, I’ve worked as a legal secretary, receptionist, and administration officer. I have a feeling that after I’ve finished the graduate certificate, I’ll probably enroll in something else. I can’t help myself. I’m a perpetual student.
I’m a member of the Fellowship of Australian Writers Sutherland Branch, an associate member of the Institute of Professional Editors (IPEd), and the Australian Romance Readers Association.
The Australian publishing industry is tiny, but I support, wherever possible, Australian talent to create my books. I rely on Australian graphic designers and web designers, the expertise of Australian editors, and Australian printers. Of course, I also export my work overseas, so I use IngramSpark to reach my international audience. Although I am Australian and I use Australian talent, I write in US English. We live in a global community, and I can’t please everyone with spelling and style consistent with each particular culture (including my own), so I adopt US spellings and style as a compromise.
I write paranormal romance to speak to the everyday individual who loves a romantic happy ending. Of course, I write from a feminist viewpoint, and I write about issues that touch me, but I also write to entertain and to instill the feeling that love is not far away.
The paranormal landscapes and psyches I write sometimes comment on our global culture and the compromises we make daily. I build these worlds, which are often brutal and hyperbolic, to demonstrate that peace is possible, and while happy endings don’t always occur, they are possible. There is way too much hopelessness in our world.