Contact

I’d love to hear from you, and there are a couple of ways you can do that.  You can comment on any of my blogs by clicking on ‘comment’ at the end of the blog, and all technical things being well, I’ll get that message.  Alternately my Facebook and Twitter contact details are in the sidebar to your left, or if you’d like a more direct contact, my email address is: mail@louisecusack.com

If I’m ever at a literary function and you’d like to say hello, please do! I love meeting new people and sharing our love of books. I usually advertise where I’m going to be on my Facebook Author page here: http://facebook.com/LouiseCusackAuthor

I look forward to hearing from you.

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3 thoughts on “Contact”

  1. john sandy said:

    Louise Good Afternoon
    I have just enjoyed a lovely 15 minutes going through your web page smiling as you renew my faith in having a go at writing . I have followed you for many years along with Kim Wilkins and Sandy Curtis. I downloaded advice from you on how to set up writing pages yet I never did write down that Novel. I have done surf club reports, golf reports ,footy stats with reports on the games and they have been well received and I do love the adrenaline of writing to a deadline not that I have one .
    I have taken notes from Mum and always wanted to push that out as a tribute to her and I have a few sections with quirky thoughts such as a tale of mum finally rebelling against my dad and going out on a Thursday night and him staying home to look after the five of us “Mum the feminist.”
    I will get better I hope so keep doing what you are doing as it is working
    kind regards John sandy

    • Thanks so much, John. Lovely to hear from you and don’t worry about not getting to write a book yet. We all have to be ready, and it sounds like you’re fueling up with interesting input before you prepare to create output! I love the idea of your mum leaving your dad home with five kids. I’m sure he thought he was “babysitting” even though they were his children 🙂 Your mum certainly sounds like someone I’d want to read about.

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