Megan Holbeck is a writer of many, diverse talents. She's written articles for a wide range of national publications, been the editor of magazines, and has crafted sparkling content for a variety of businesses. She's just finished the first draft of a novel, too.
Megan has written for a wide range of publications, focussing on her passions: travel, the outdoors and sustainability. She has written everything from product reviews to editorials, news pieces to cover stories for publications including the Age, the Australian, Australian Geographic, Outdoor Australia, the Sunday Telegraph, the Sun-Herald, Sydney Morning Herald and Wild magazine.
From web content to newsletters, brochure text to the dreaded press release, Megan delivers concise, accurate and effective copy that ticks marketing boxes such as 'brand-building' and 'on-message' while also reading like a real person wrote it. She's quick, organised, works well with others and is lovely to deal with, too.
Oodles of Oodles is a modern-day retelling of 101 Dalmatians written for a middle-grade audience. It takes a laid-back Australian approach to the rather proper classic, replacing primness with humour, London with Sydney and Dalmatians with oodles. (For the uninitiated, oodles are poodle-crosses - labradoodles, boxerdoodles and the rest.)