I am so happy to say that a piece of mine has been published in Issue 4 (Apr/May/Jun 2017) of the Australian magazine, bella rae! This is my first piece to be published in print, and I was absolutely stoked to see it! Talk about an amazing and surreal feeling! This piece is all about the life… Read More California Dreamin’ for bella rae magazine!
Ivy League student, entrepreneur, author, girl power advocate and a beauty with brains. This 20 year old woman is already creating waves in the world of female empowerment. She is an inspiration to me, and I am so excited to share her words with you. Take note, world – watch as this star rises! Haley… Read More An Interview With Haley Hoffman Smith
I’ve always liked to write a diary or journal. I don’t do it religiously every day, but I do it as and when I need to. It gives me space in which to consider my hopes, dreams and fears; and the act of physically writing helps me to externalise them, affording me better perspective. Read my post on… Read More Thoughts on the new, reflections on the old
Making your own sunshine and making your own rules isn’t always an easy business. Personally, I sometimes find it difficult to make the time/find the energy to work on my writing ambitions after a full day at work. Holding down a full time job whilst trying to turn your other dreams into reality can be… Read More The Side Hustle
As you know, I am all for girl power and for reading, so girl power within literature is my favourite combination! I have written for Lit Without Limits before, and now I am stoked to share my second piece: The Ultimate “Fantasy” Heroine: Karigan G’ladheon of the Green Rider Series. Empowering girls through education is… Read More My “fantasy” heroine – a piece for Lit Without Limits
I find writing a diary or journal incredibly helpful. They are keepers of memories, dreams, hopes, obstacles that we overcame, things that changed us, love, thoughts, and insights into our own souls. Personally, I don’t write in mine religiously. But, it is one of the first things I turn to when I need to work something out or… Read More Monday Sunshine
It has been a year since I started Indigo Gaia, and I am SO glad that I finally decided to be brave enough to put my photography, writing and thoughts out there. I love sharing them and so far the response has been overwhelmingly positive. Making the time to do something that I wholeheartedly enjoy has been very… Read More Blogging and writing so far…
She walked atop the ancient steadfast wall, layer upon layer of stone rugged and coarse under the wear of many years. The sky above her was dense with cloud, low and grey and threatening rain. Below and to the left of her feet, a sheer rock face fell away to rolling green land, tenacious bushes and wildflowers… Read More Short Story: Under the Sycamore Tree
Leaves of rust, the smell of earth, the forest shows me this life’s worth.
… Read More Poem: Forest Wanderer
‘The Moon Goddess’ She dances on silver beams, with sparkles of starlight in Her hair, Her heart swells with the tides, and in the stillness of night, She is radiant with magic. ~*~*~ In the twilight skies, She before us appears, a beacon of softness and rest and good dreams. And while we lie sleeping, above… Read More Poem: ‘The Moon Goddess’