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Lea Bristow - Bio
Born April 3rd 1978 and attended Largs Bay Primary School in the western suburbs of Adelaide. She later attended Taperoo High from 1990 and moved schools to Seaview High in year 11 (1994) when her family moved to the southern suburbs.
From the age of 14years she took an interest in poetry and has been writing poetry since then.
She has worked as a Postal Services Officer in Retail for Australia Post from 1999 - 2008 When she left to give birth to her 3rd child.
Lea met her husband Sam through school as a fellow student. Lea married her high school sweetheart Sam in October 2000.
They have three wonderful sons. In November of 2001 their first child Hayden was born. Mitchell, October 2004 and Patrick in November 2008.
Lea and her family continue to live in the southern suburbs of Adelaide.
Lea is also known for her Scrapbooking and has worked with a few Scrapbooking businesses as a Design Team member with them.
From 1996 she has also been an active member of the Scouting movement in South Australia and she continues to be a Leader for the Joey Scout section of 6 - 8 year olds.
Lea has high accolades in English and writing throughout her schooling and has now returned to writing to give her an outlet to express her creativity.
Here you'll be able to keep up with her new projects, tips, links and reviews.
May you always remember the thrill of being swept away by a really good book. May the words you’re typing on the page be as worthy as the words running through your mind. May your deadline be behind you. May a good story lie ahead of you. And as we go forth May you always enjoy the journey to finding those two perfect words: The End.
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'Believe in what you do. Be confident that you're not wasting your time. Maintain your vision and see where it leads you.' - Rob Parnell
'Express yourself. That's what writing is about.'
'The best defence against our doubts is to keep working.'
"Write what you want to write. Write where your heart is. Write in the style and form that is most comfortable for you. Write with the voice that is uniquely yours. Write because you love what you're writing. Good writing--whether genre, mainstream, or literary--is still good writing. So, enjoy, and write in the form you choose." - Linda Busby Parker.