Linda Summer wrote her first words at the age of three and has been playing with words ever since. She made her television debut as a ‘Good Do Bee’ on Romper Room School at four, won her first book review prize at seven, scrap-booked her first tabloid letter to the editor at nine, penned prolific poetry, plays and short stories throughout her teens and became the first published poet in Adelaide University magazine On Dit.
The fledgling scribe eventually gained Diplomas in Journalism, Creative Writing, Book Editing and Publishing and blossomed into a television publicist and promotions producer with the Nine Network. After parting company with the idiot box, she dabbled in freelance writing, editing and film making, winning first prize at the 15/15 Film Festival.
Thanks to a string of great gigs in the IT industry, Linda also gained invaluable project management and travel skills thanks and eventually moved into the public sector where she managed significant business projects, honed high level corporate writing skills and gathered outrageously funny script fodder.
By 2013, Linda answered a persistent call to return to her creative roots and began playing with words once again. She undertook screenwriting studies, completed a draft, feature-length screenplay, wrote, produced and directed a short film and self-published a children’s eBook. Currently in development is nature-based film and eBook series A Fairy’s Life, designed to inspire kids to disconnect from wi-fi and reconnect to the magic of nature.
Known in some circles as the Word Police and Master Blurbologist, Linda is curious seeker of truth and the unknown who enjoys researching and writing about spiritual themes and healing modalities ranging from conventional to complimentary.
Linda created her Lost For Words business because she revels in assisting people with writing and editing needs, from clever one-liners to full length manuscripts.
Her greatest passion is to inspire children and adults alike to co-create a happy, peaceful world by writing and sharing imaginative stories with meaning.
Linda resides on the Central Coast, New South Wales, Australia.
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by Linda Summer
Published: March 2, 2017
» Fairy tales
When Jaspa the galactic superstar accidentally falls out of the universe, so begins a whimsical adventure that sees the fallen star learn about hope, resilience and the hidden powers of her inner world. Will Jaspa’s dream of returning to her starry home become a reality or is she destined to spend the rest of her days on Planet Zazoo?
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