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Carolyn Cash grew up around Pilliga. She discovered her talent for writing when she attended Calrossy Church of England Girls School in Tamworth, with some help and encouragement encouragement from her English teachers.
She moonlights as a Freelance Journalist whilst working at Big W Miranda. She is doing the course to improve, update and learn new skills. Her work experience includes working for State Rail, Ansett Airlines and she has written for publications such as The Sun-Herald, North West Magazine, The Daily Telegraph, The St George & Sutherland Shire Leader and Suite 101. Carolyn also completed a Certificate IV in News Media at Petersham TAFE, a Bachelor of Arts degree (History and English Majors) and a Diploma of Freelance Journalism though the Australian College of Journalism.
One of her greatest passions is history – whether reading, writing or watching really great documentaries or visiting sites in the UK as part of researching her yet-to-be published novel.
Carolyn hopes to find a position in the media where she can utilise her writing and research skills.
Other interests include card-making, card-making, going ten-pin bowling, travelling, watching really good historical dramas, and social tennis.