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Writing is a lonely job – but it doesn’t have to be.

5 Go Mad in Singers

As a writer you get used to being in your own head – and space. It’s a well-known fact that writing is one of the lonelier jobs. Ernest Hemingway once said: “writing, at it’s best, is a lonely life” he wasn’t wrong.

Hours spent tapping away at the keyboard filling the blank pages, or not. Deadlines being met in the middle of the night as the day has been taken up with research.  Sat on your own in your ‘writing space’ –  be that a spare room you’ve converted in to a writing office, a corner you’ve managed to snatch in the house, or maybe simply the kitchen table or propped up in bed. Wherever you are writing, it’s likely you’re doing it alone.

In fact, it can be crucial to the job.

For me, I need quiet, I need calm, I need to not have music playing or tv on in…

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Published Work


I have a wide variety of experience writing on a number of subjects including travel, home interiors, product reviews, buyers guides and business. I also have copywriting experience working for PR companies, individuals and websites.

I love to write about travel including the places I have visited here in Singapore and Asia – more on this subject can be seen on my blog Five Go Mad in Singers.

I also enjoy interviewing people for lifestyle and business features and I have been complimented on my style of interviewing. I’ve met many interesting people this way including international chefs, entrepreneurs and interior designers.

Recently I have edited a book for creative fragrance Director, Sandy Blandin, the “nose who knows.” This involved advising  on layout, content, structure and grammar.  As well as all other aspects of editing.

Please see examples of my most recent work below.

Know Your Nose book

Batu Batu 

The Gypsy Chef


Palace Magazine – Spain

PALACE Magazine – Koh Samui

PALACE Magazine – Phuket

Palace Magazine – Bangkok

Watch feature

Jennifer Lim


Cutis interview

Editors note 

Teenagers and Privacy for parenting website

Guest blog for Expat Essentials

Guest blog for Cadogan & Hall