On 25 June 2013 Ralph and Emma will be hosting a session called ‘Big impact writing for lawyers‘ for the Law Society of NSW’s CareerHub Continuing Professional Development series.
Check out the weekly feature articles Emma has been writing for realestate.com.au.
We’ve had some great media coverage for Page Three: A very London story.
Ralph Grayden’s interview with TNT Mag in the UK.
The Australian Times interview with Ralph Grayden.
Page Three gets a mention at RollOnFriday.com.
B&T picked up the story for their News in Brief on 11 May.
Ralph Grayden has been also doing some speaking events lately for Page Three.
He’s talked to book groups, been on a panel for the Australian Society of Authors, and spoken at Nowra Library on ebooks.
He’ll next be appearing on a panel as part of a course at the NSW Writers’ Centre on digital publishing and ebooks. Contact us if you’d like to get him to speak at an event.
And please like the Page Three Facebook page.
Find out more about the story behind Page Three: A very London story by visiting the Facebook photo album or taking a real or virtual tour of some of the places that inspired the book at the book’s Google Maps page.
Don’t forget to like the Facebook page.
And Ralph will be blogging about Page Three at goodreads.
You’ve seen the cover, so here’s a tiny bit more about Ralph Grayden’s book, Page Three: A very London story, before its prelaunch in March 2012:
Not every Aussie in Britain works behind a bar…
Living and working in London has become a rite of passage for Australians: pub-crawls, travel and the chance to reinvent yourself in one of the world’s great cities.
But beneath the partying lies a divided culture where reality is dictated not just by the company you keep but also the media you consume.
Paul Fletcher is a successful Sydney lawyer who dreams of being a writer. His beautiful wife Sarah is a publicist who’s gone as far as she can in Australia’s small publishing industry.
When the couple moves to London to follow their dreams their relationship becomes strained by old habits, new jealousies and the stress of starting all over again.
Paul responds by descending into an orgy of drinking and television watching which he sustains by deceiving his wife about his earnings.
But then he discovers Sarah has been perpetrating a much bigger deception on him.
Fast-paced, familiar and laugh-out-loud funny, Page Three is the tragicomedy that threatens to ruin Anglo-Australian relations forever.
Antelope Media is about to publish its first eBook.
Here’s a little taster of the novel Page Three: A very London Story, by Ralph Grayden – soon to be available as an ebook on Kindle, iPad, iPhone and more.
Recently we wrote the copy for a whole new website for BW Financial Advice, a BankWest brand. BankWest is well known to Australian television viewers because of those quirky commercials featuring talking horses and singing flowers. It was a lot of fun getting to use such an eccentric and positive tone of voice while talking about serious products in the financial services space. Check out bwfinancialadvice.com.au.
Antelope Media is moving house. We’re shacking up with our good friends at Roller in Surry Hills. They’ve done work for The Greens, Snow Australia and Landcom.
Antelope Media has been knocking around for a while now, so we thought it was about time to tell our friends! For those who haven’t met us in our new guise, Antelope Media is a communications consultancy providing marketing strategy, copywriting, journalism, web content, editing and more.