Writing Can Be Lonely

Writing can be lonely, especially if you're living on your own in a cramped flat, in another country, far away from family and friends. So when I lived in Brighton in the early-1990s, I volunteered to work one afternoon a week at an Oxfam op shop. I needed to get out and meet and mingle with people.

Writing Can Be Lonely is a blog post from the Tall And True writers' website, written and narrated by Robert Fairhead.

Please note: I dedicate this episode to my dear friends from Brighton, Terry and Jacquie. Life was less lonely chatting and sharing a laugh with you guys and our fellow "Maxim muckers" over a few pints before the last orders bell in a warm English pub.

Read Writing Can Be Lonely: https://www.tallandtrue.com.au/blog/writing-can-be-lonely

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Podcast Theme and Sound Effects

Royalty-free music from Pixabay.com: Beethoven Piano Sonata No. 15 in D major, Op. 28 'Pastorale' – IV. Rondo. Allegro ma non-Troppo, performed by Karine Gilanyan.

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Production Notes

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Podcast recorded in Sydney, Australia, on the lands of Gadigal people, traditional custodians of the Eora Nation.

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