Emma Johnson

Writer and Editor

Location icon Australia

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BLAIRECREATIVE
2017
Not all grammar 'rules' are rules

English is the most important class students take in high school. It provides students with the opportunity to learn basic to intermediate reading, writing, speaking, analytical and comprehension skills. It's the basis of the entire education system; without the skill students learn in Engli

Writer's Edit
2017
The Ultimate Guide to YA Fiction

Over the past decade, the Young Adult (YA) fiction market has grown so much, it's a wonder authors are still writing adult books at all. In fact, a 2015 study found that young adults were more likely to have read a book in the last twelve months than any other age group.

Writer's Edit
2016
How To Plan Your Novel Using The Three-Act Structure

Writing a novel is hard, especially if you've never done it before. You've spent hours researching, building your world and becoming an expert on your characters. Now you're ready for the next step: planning.

The West End Magazine
2016
Book Magic

There is something magical about a bookstore - a place filled wall to wall, floor to ceiling with so many different journeys you can take without ever leaving your favourite chair. That's what it's like inBent Books - a small, independent, second-hand bookstore on Boundary Street.

Highlife Magazine
2016
Wagners Tell Their Success Story

Henry and Mary Wagner have been successful, no matter what your definition of success is. They are the brains behind the nationally renowned company Wagners, and own Australia's only privately-funded airport, Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport.

Indulge Magazine
2016
Meet Luca Guadagnino

If you consider yourself a fan of Art House films, you've probably heard of Luca Guadagnino. He is best known for his direction of the 2009 film an Italian family drama that graced several film festivals and took the international market by storm.

Writer's Edit
2016
6 Quick Tips For Writing Gripping Scenes

Scenes drive your story forward; without them, there would be no novel. Your scenes need to keep your reader on the edge of their seat with your plot and characters because otherwise, they won't keep reading. Looking at your novel on a scene-by-scene basis is a critical step in the writing and editing process.

Writer's Edit
2016
9 Simple Activities To Inspire Your Writing

As a writer, it's easy to feel like you've completely exhausted all your ideas when you need to be creative all the time. The good news is, you can never run out of creativity! As John Steinbeck once said, "Ideas are like rabbits, you get a couple and learn how to handle them, and pretty soon you have a dozen".

The West End Magazine
2016
The Wild Things in West End

The Wild Things in West End - The West End Magazine | 4101 Brisbane | The West End Magazine - Brisbane's inner city lifestyle, events guide, and community news in 4101 featuring South Bank arts, music, food and bar precinct.

Indulge Magazine
2016
Dolores: Tackling Violence

The fact that one in every three Australian women have been physically assaulted since the age of 15 makes domestic violence a serious issue, and it's a serious issue that Brisbane-based actress Emma Skelton is hoping to raise awareness for.

The Queensland Firebirds
2015
Geitz Demonstrates Her Wow-Factor

Mission Queensland Firebirds captain Laura Geitz will show the world what it means to 'play like a girl' both on and off the court this week. The Firebirds will host the NSW Swifts this Sunday in the ANZ Championship Grand Final but before the game even starts Geitz will have the opportunity to show a ...

Netball QLD
2016
Rocky Claws at the Top

It's been one hell of a season for the Rockhampton Leagues Club Capricorn Claws so far in Division Two Country of the 2016 Samsung Queensland State Netball League. At this stage, the Claws have won all but one of their games, securing their spot on the top of the ladder.

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