Lotte Lane: Writer, Awesomiser & Chronic Over-Sharer

Today’s blog guest is Lotte Lane, writer, writer, writer, writer, mum to Maya, wife to David, on the verge of publishing her first book and making her maiden speech in London, no less. Lotte’s a Star – no shit, Sherlock – and here she is, in her own words: My name is Lotte Lane and I’m a writer, awesomiser & chronic over-sharer.  In practice, this means I share the inner most truths of my heart (in cringe-inducingly honest detail) to inspire and connect with people. My mission is to encourage the self-doubting to get down with themselves and get on […]

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Sam Dounis: Writer and Cartoonist

Today’s blog guest is Sam Dounis. What can I say about fellow Creator Sam that she couldn’t express better in her own words? Here she is: Once upon a time, there was a cartoon sheep. He was a very silly sheep, who went on some adventures and got into a few scrapes. He really enjoyed his adventures and wished with all his might that he could go on a lot more. But he was only allowed an adventure a few times a year, and even then only a handful of people would know about it. This went on for many […]

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How Much Talent? How Much Torture?

Are you a tortured genius? Do you struggle for your art? What’s your talent and do you share it with us, your audience? Many of my clients and colleagues who are artists, writers and creators put themselves through hell before they bring anything to market, if they bring anything at all to the attention of their waiting public. I have a sneaking regard for their angst, but unfortunately I am just not that much of a drama queen. It would be more dramatic and interesting if I were, and a better PR story for sure, and I suspect my “art” would […]

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