Ahead of National Pain Week Painaustralia launched my biography of a trailblazing Australian pain medicine pioneer, “Breaking through the pain barrier. The extraordinary life of Dr Michael J. Cousins.” You might ask what inspired me to write this book. Here’s my story. The room swirled as my eyes fluttered open. I could feel something tight […]
Today Retail Pharmacy Magazine published an article about the launch of “Breaking through the pain barrier. The extraordinary life of Dr Michael J. Cousins.” https://retailpharmacymagazine.com.au/celebrating-a-truly-inspirational-pain-medicine-pioneer/
Women’s Ink Magazine just published an article I wrote on the changing world of biography. Are biographical practices changing or at heart are they similar to those adopted by Victorian biographers? https://cdn.flipsnack.com/widget/v2/widget.html?hash=zkibl0itk5&p=6
It’s Migraine Awareness Month! Here’s my interview about thriving with migraine with the founder of Migraine Australia, RK Crosby. . #MAM2021 .
On 25 July 2021 my biography, Breaking through the pain barrier. The extraordinary life of Dr Michael J. Cousins will be launched to kick off National Pain Week. It is available for pre-order here: Breaking Through The Pain Barrier | Hawkeye Books Professor Cousins, known to his patients and colleagues as Prof, was a trailblazing […]
My blog about why I became a biographer is now live on my Goodreads’ author page: Gabriella Kelly-Davies’s Blog – My writing journey – May 20, 2021 02:09 | Goodreads A woman who read it said it inspired her to become a life story writer. I hope it also inspires you to take up your […]
Life Stories Australia Association, the representative body for life story professionals, today published an article I wrote about why I followed my dream to become a biographer. I now feel privileged to spend every day doing what I most love. Here’s an excerpt: I’ve lived and breathed storytelling all my life, both as a career […]
An excerpt of the memoir I write for cellist Heather Stratfold has been published in Salience Magazine: The Lesser Trodden Path | Salience (salienceatsydney.org)