Inspiring Stories from the Pulishing Jungle
|Publication Date:||Sep 2013|
| Publisher:||Vine Leaves Press|
| Book Format:||Ebook|
|List Price:||USD $1.00|
Jessica Bell is an Australian autnor and poet. She started in a band called spAnk. She was a hit in he Melbourne indie music scene back in the late 90s. Although she spent her years writing and recording dozens of songs she decided she also had a love for the written word, and began to pursue a career as a writer. She started as a poet, drawing from her musical background and etching her thoughts and feelings into verse. Those stanzas soon turned into sentences and paragraphs, and eventually into published books.
In addition to her novels, her poetry collections (including FABRIC, which was nominated for the Goodreads Choice Awards in 2012), and her bestselling pocket writing guides (Writing in a Nutshell Series), she has published a variety of works in online and print literary journals and anthologies, including Australia's Cordite Review, and the anthologies 100 Stories for Queensland and Shadows at the Stage Door.
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