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Like many writers, I started on the bottom rung of the magazine ladder. I’ve been the annoyingly enthusiastic work experience student. The over-worked intern. The stumbling, fresh-faced young writer. Fast-forward to 2015: I’m now about 137 years old, and I’ve been a senior features writer, deputy editor, managing editor, chief sub-editor, author, and chocolate addict…

Continue Reading [writing] truth can be stranger than fiction

Ahoy Sydney folks! On Wednesday night, April 22, the legendary Will Kostakis, brilliant Jessica Shirvington and I will be talking books, writing, YA, career and all things in between (hot chips, if I get a chance/super-hungry) at Customs House, Circular Quay. Tickets are free and this Kinokuniya Sydney event is open to all ages – so…

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Where did the character of Josie Browning come from? Why hello! It’s been a long time between blog posts (although, I have been keeping my instagram @gabrielletozer, Twitter @gabrielletozer and Facebook facebook.com/hellogabrielletozer up-to-date!). The lovely and uber-talented YA and children’s author Tristan Bancks has tagged me in a character blog hop (meet his character Tom…

Continue Reading [author life] blog hop: where did the character of josie browning come from?