Client love: website copy for Ouwens Casserly Projects

Client: Ouwens Casserly Projects The brief: Adelaide-based property developer Ouwens Casserly Projects was looking for website copywriting and editing services for its new sustainable urban development, Third Avenue. After some interstate phonecalls and emails to consolidate the brief, Little pink typewriter got typing. It was a super-tight timeframe, but we got there! I wrote/edited keyword-driven copy for

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darling girl

Goodbye, darling Darma

In four short months our family of four has gone to three, now two. For more than fifteen years you and Madra have been our constant. For more than fifteen years we’ve had the jingle-jangle of collars, and the sound of claws on floors. Every morning. Every night. We know the silence that awaits us

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Weekend Notes article: Social Inclusion Forum

“Passionate about social inclusion in sport? Sport has the power to change the world – Nelson Mandela If you, too, believe sport can be a powerful and positive influence in communities and you’re passionate about social inclusion – particularly in the sport and recreation sector – head along to the Social Inclusion Forum on Wednesday 4

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Introducing… Little red pen!

Say hello to Little red pen! Little pink typewriter’s trusty side-kick, Little red pen, now has its own identity. Little red pen is all about the editing aspect of my business… #savingtheworldoneapostropheatatime        

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Weekend Notes article: Field of Light, Albany

“Thousands of glass spheres on slender stems planted along the avenue at Albany Heritage Park by local volunteers, illuminating the tree-lined path with an artwork blooming at night like wildflowers after rain.” – Field of Light, Albany website Following on from the incredibly successful – and incredibly beautiful – Field of Light, Uluru, WA is getting

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Magazine article: Collaborating with purpose

“Besides the thrill of working on a cool project together, we wanted to create something that would have impact and make a difference to the lives of others. As cheesy as that may sound, it was true, and the sheer joy of that spurred us along. And the more excited we became about the project,

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