Touch Base

Suzie Eisfelder

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P.O. Box 3073

Murrumbeena 3163

+61 407 829 777

13 thoughts on “Touch Base

  1. Andrew Bass

    I see that you have a book called a fruitcake of Australian stories. How much is shipping to the USA? My mum got me this book when it first came out in Australia.
    I’m from WA and now live in Texas. My post code is 76155.
    Thanks
    Andrew

  2. Analisa

    Hi,
    I am looking for a particular recipe that i lost. i think it might be in the feburary/march 1999 issue of super food ideas. I dont remember what the name of the cake is but doing some research the cake may have been in this issue on page 83. Are you able to send me a photo of the cake on this page as i am not interested in buying this magazine if it is not the right recipe,
    thanks

  3. Bridgette

    Hi Suzie, I was going through the many business cards I have collected over the years and came across your bookmark business card and remembered you instantly! I met you a few years ago at a networking meeting. I can’t quite remember which networking meeting, maybe Heartlink Brighton?, but I do remember speaking with you. It’s great to see your business has evolved to share your talents with aspiring writers, and your passion just oozes from the pages 🙂

    I was going to pass by your website without leaving a message, but wanted to let you know I have been smiling while reading through your site and sending out wishes for your continued success, bravo 🙂

    Kind regards
    Bridgette

    1. mattling

      Hi Bridgette,

      I’m flattered you remember me and even more so you took the time to look through my scribblings. Thank you for your kind words.

  4. Veronica J

    Hi Suz,
    Just dropped by to let you know I received the book today. Fatal Tide. Thank you for the bookmarks, I love them and will be keeping one for myself and sending the other to my sister. As I’m sure she will love it too.
    Thank you
    Veronica

  5. Andrew Saunders

    Have just finished reading “Buddhist Boot Camp – by Timber Hawkeye. Please let me know if you would like a review from a Buddhists perspective!
    Still enjoying reading your blogs 🙂

  6. Ginny Lowndes

    I found it very funny that you imagine me talking strine. I can hear my mother now: after the money I spent on you making you take elocution lessons and *that’s* what you’ve done with it.

    As the script and story editor, I did do a little more than write 24 scripts for Neighbours so I am taking the liberty of sending you http://ginnylowndeswriter.blogspot.com.au/p/credits-corrugated-roads-corrugated.html

    Thank you for the mention. It was much appreciated. Warm regards, Ginny Lowndes

    1. mattling

      I am very apologetic about what comes up in my mind. I’m pretty sure I haven’t heard you speak before so it’s a little strange to get strine from nothing. I’m sure your mother’s hard work hasn’t been for nothing and you’re able to codeswitch as many people can.

      Thank you for the link to your blog with all the links to your books. When researching a series like this I’m entirely dependent on the internet and my lack of time or whatever I know from an actual meeting or even from before the internet.

      I very much appreciate you visiting and commenting.

  7. Ginny Lowndes

    Hello. It was lovely of you to mention me. I am very grateful and appreciate the time and effort you have put into your blog. Kind regards, Ginny

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