AWAY WITH WORDS – LISS CALDWELL ON THE STORIES WE TELL as featured in Verandah Magazine
The art of storytelling has existed since humans first scratched messages in the sand with sticks. From paintings on walls or camp-fire corroborees, to a travelling sage bringing news of battle, humans have always sought out stories as a way to make sense of life, writes Liss Caldwell.
Franz Kafka once wrote: “Many a book is like a key to unknown chambers within the castle of one’s own self.” Words have always had the power to unite or divide – and in the past few weeks Queensland has had more than its fair share of words whipping around the state.
Published by Liss Caldwell
Author, Structural Editor, Facilitator, Digital Marketing.
I have been in the digital marketing and publishing industry twenty seven years. I specialize in organic marketing and branding for authors, entrepreneurs and business owners.
I have a background as an Equestrian Coach, Literature Teacher, Personal Facilitator and Business Mentor. I have tertiary education in Teaching, Sport Psychology, English Literature and Business studies.
I am passionate about celebrating creativity and living your passion. I facilitate writers to authors, by navigating your best pathway to publishing aligned with your personal, book and business goals.
I facilitate clients to bridge the gap between goals and accomplishments through positive actions, performance psychology and by creating personal tools and techniques that evoke your individual creative process. Everyone has a story to tell, I am here to support and assist you on your creative journey, taking you from where you are, to where you want to be. I encourage you to be the hero in your story and innovate your writing life. Don't let your story fade, or fall down the rabbit hole of misinformation, lost money and wasted time.
My blog, Quirks and All is reflective of the thoughts and adventures in my life. Being a Ditzaphrenic (a term my son coined referring to someone who suffers from ditzy accidents daily and repels technology) I hope to share laughs and inspiration in my pursuit of the creative life through writing, reading, watching, gardening, baking, sewing, animals and nature.
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