BOOK REVIEW:Talking with Margaret Throsby

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Belinda Burns

Talking with Margaret Throsby by Margaret Throsby, published by Allen & Unwin, available at bookstores across Australia.

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About the author

Belinda Burns is a published author and freelance writer, based in Melbourne. Her first novel, The Dark Part of Me, was published by HarperCollins in Australia and Atlantic Books in the UK in 2006. She has a Masters in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University in the UK, as well as a BA in English Literature and a Bachelor of Business Communication, from the University of Queensland and the Queensland University of Technology, respectively. Over the past decade, she has written extensively for a wide range of publications, from fashion magazines and arts journals through to finance and insurance titles. In the UK, she was a freelance book reviewer for Ink Magazine and published features in the popular women’s magazines, Grazia and She. As a ghost-writer for CEOs and senior executives, her articles and features were published in specialist finance publications such as Financial Adviser, Insurance Times, Professional Adviser, Financial News and Money Marketing. In Australia, Belinda has published articles on ArtsHub, and in fashion magazine, New Woman, and she has presented at the Brisbane Writers’ Festival. As a freelance writer, Belinda’s areas of expertise and interest include literature, theatre, film, women’s interest, religion, philosophy, yoga/meditation and travel. She also writes on business, careers, consumer finance, science and technology.