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26
May

Working Mums at Willy Lit Fest

Compiled by two Australian mums, Danielle Ross Walls and Louise Correcha, to help support other parents, Working Mums: Stories by real women on how they manage children, work and life is a collection of empowering stories from Australian mothers. The book’s primary aim is to help working mums feel less alone in their challenges to juggle work, children and daily life. Readers might also be inspired to try new careers!

Danielle Ross Walls on Willy Lit Fest, “This year’s theme of From Little Things…is definitely so relevant to me! Our first book, Working Mums was released in March of this year by Finch Publishing. Louise Correcha, my co-writer, and I met randomly in a cafe in Melbourne’s Western Suburbs several years ago. We were each juggling sleepless babies and bonded over this. Over time we also discovered our shared love of not only writing, but the dream to write a book to help other parents. After two years of solid hard work we made this dream a reality!”

Join this great big fabulous panel of contributors as they share the beauty and challenges of combining motherhood and work. Part time, full time, work at home mums share their stories and tips. Practical, funny and inspiring, this session will have working mums feeling a lot less alone. Little ones and dads welcome.

Our panel – Danielle Ross Walls, Louise Correcha, Tiffany Gilmour, Melinda Butel, Amanda Abel, Rhiannon Colarossi, Maria Smith

Full $15| Conc $12 | Early $10

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