Conversations on the High Chair #9 – Playground expert Pauline Loh gets scholastic about children’s books
Looking forward to the Launch party for “Tibby the Tiger-Bunny”. Tibby reminds me strongly of one particular 1.5 year old hopper, skipper and go-go-go person.
Today, Mummum has the pleasure of speaking to Pauline Loh, author and freelance editor. Pauline and I first met at the Christian Writer’s Workshop organised by Armour Publishing back in 2010. She offered to start a writer’s group which I joined (my first) as I was about to embark on writing my memoir Finding My Voice and was feeling like a lonely little voice in the dark. Through Providence, we both found out a few weeks later that she had been appointed editor for my book. Since then, we have had numerous conversations where we critiqued each other’s manuscripts, including our latest titles by Epigram Books- Pauline’s Robot on My Playgroundand my Tibby the Tiger Bunny.
So, I am especially thrilled to be having this conversation with my writing partner and friend:
1. You came from a journalistic background. Tell us 3 things about your writing background from that time?
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