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I recently rediscovered a story I wrote when I was about 5.
I initiated ideas for new titles, wrote sales material, briefed external design teams and maintained the editorial quality across a series of Travel Guides.
I love copy-editing recipes, working through the ingredients and method for consistency and style, as well as ensuring that the steps are easy to follow.
…And she’s never knowingly without a cup of tea.
After munching my way through a few home-baked cupcakes (well I had to check the recipes, right?), I managed to check a total of 15 books and complete the project on time.
For this writing project, I re-lived the era of the Mullet, New Romantics and the Rubik Cube.
When I took on this project, little did I know that I’d be immersed in tape, glue, cereal boxes and paint for several days.