I had originally taken a very cynical approach to describing myself. Some of you read it and probably shook your heads. Not the best way to make new friends, I agree.

So. Hello from downunder! I am one of those people who can just sit and write. It's like breathing for me. I've never shared and never felt the need to publish. It was my thing, my escape, my therapy...

I have two sons, born a year and a half apart and both on the verge of manhood. Soon they will leave the nest and I am excited thinking about where life will take them...

This got me thinking it was time to let my 'other' children go. So here I am, sending them off... I hope they encounter some amazing people in their journeys!

I have this on my wall:
"Many people hear voices when no-one is there. Some of them are called 'mad' and are shut up in rooms where they stare at the walls all day.
Others are called 'writers' and they do pretty much the same thing."
Ray Bradbury
  • Australia
  • JoinedJanuary 13, 2016

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eliseanton eliseanton Jul 22, 2017 09:22PM
My time is somewhat limited these days and I may not always respond to comments in the moment. Bear with me. I am so, so appreciative of you all. I love that my words become conversations between you...
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QUESTIONS by eliseanton
In-between words there is that sitting still. Staring at the screen or off in the distance, your eyes are not seeing outward. ... A question invited itself in. Perhaps due to something read, or seen or heard; perh...
AFTER WORDS by eliseanton
I write most often what I live. Moments when I am at a crossroad and I choose one direction and take a step in that direction but- something happens on the other road - I have not travelled far enough to have left...
STEPS by eliseanton
STEPS Non-Fiction
A FEW THINGS FIRST Most of you already know me, by that I mean you've read some of my words. I tend to be fairly transparent in my writing, telling things as I see and feel them. This is my memoir. As such, I am le...
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