Everyone Has A Story: Rosie Murrell

My story in 3 words: creativity, art, sleep.

My motto: Never do something just because it’s practical.

Role model: Florence Welch

What getting published means to me: It means that I can share my art, instead of just making it for myself. It gives it a purpose and its great to be able to try and spread something positive.

Super power: I would love to have the ability to summon things because I’m always losing stuff
Everyone Has A Story: Rosie Murrell
My story in 3 words: creativity, art, sleep.
My motto: Never do something just because it’s practical.
Role model: Florence Welch
What getting published means to me: It means that I can share my art, instead of just making it for myself. It gives it a purpose and its great to be able to try and spread something positive.
Super power: I would love to have the ability to summon things because I’m always losing stuff
Everyone Has A Story: Chrissy Lim

Story in 3 words: Never grew up.

Motto: Never grow up.

Role model: Arrrgh this is an unfair question!  It’s like “Pick your favourite book” or “Who’s your favourite writer?” There are and have been so many who have inspired me. Most of them are everyday unsung heroes who do incredible things, like the 80-year old lady who makes porridge at my local market 7-days-a-week without rest or holidays, bombing around with endless energy and a smile for everyone. Hmmm but if I had to pick a role-modelly type person I guess it would be Matilda but my parents are AWESOME!. 

Getting published means…connecting with a reader, heart-to-heart. I can’t tell you how many times words have made me laugh, or cry, or comforted me and made me feel that I’m not alone. Being published is the opportunity to do that for someone else.

My super power: I’ve always wanted to be the Genie in the lamp. Except it might be a little claustrophobic. But then I could probably magic an entire universe in that lamp so everything would be ok.
Everyone Has A Story: Chrissy Lim
Story in 3 words: Never grew up.
Motto: Never grow up.
Role model: Arrrgh this is an unfair question!  It’s like “Pick your favourite book” or “Who’s your favourite writer?” There are and have been so many who have inspired me. Most of them are everyday unsung heroes who do incredible things, like the 80-year old lady who makes porridge at my local market 7-days-a-week without rest or holidays, bombing around with endless energy and a smile for everyone. Hmmm but if I had to pick a role-modelly type person I guess it would be Matilda but my parents are AWESOME!. 
Getting published means…connecting with a reader, heart-to-heart. I can’t tell you how many times words have made me laugh, or cry, or comforted me and made me feel that I’m not alone. Being published is the opportunity to do that for someone else.
My super power: I’ve always wanted to be the Genie in the lamp. Except it might be a little claustrophobic. But then I could probably magic an entire universe in that lamp so everything would be ok.