Jayne Kearney was six when she first heard that ‘in the future’ you could send stories via the computer to people on other computers who would publish them. Since then that’s all she has wanted to do. While waiting for the interwebs to take off, Jayne kicked it old school - getting a degree in Communications, teaching Writing and Media Studies and having a couple of kids.
And it was the kids who gave her a start in proper writing and computer-based delivery. After a little freelancing Jayne became a weekly ‘blogger’ for parenting site Web Child - a gig that lasted for over a year. She is now editor of Sunny Days Magazine <http://www.sunnydaysmagazine.com.au>, a regional parenting publication.
Sometimes she even likes to write about stuff that isn’t parenting.
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