While you’re here, sit back and relax with a cup of coffee (not me) or tea (me) and find out some fun facts about the person whose musings you are reading.
My name is Monique Fischle (prounced fish-la, and before you start with the whole “it doesn’t look like you pronounce it that way”, well you do…and it’s German. Germans are cool) and I’m the ripe old/young age of 22. I only say old because that seems to be the way the saying goes. I am engaged to the most amazing man on the planet so you may see a few wedding posts here and there.
I spent three years studying Journalism at CSU which meant that I left sunny Newcastle for country Bathurst but have since returned home. I struggled to find work post-graduation so I spent my time blogging here, became an Editor at community website KiKi & Tea and spent my time interning at as many magazines as I could. I am currently working as a Communications Assistant at a not-for-profit organisation.
While initially I loved print media, the online world has captured my heart and I love the currency of it. But I simultaneously hate that currency. Walking contradiction right here.
My ultimate life goal is to be a published novelist and it is my hope that this will happen some day. I would also love to be a book editor. My interest in the publishing world can be seen through my review of Random House Australia books.
I have a wide range of interests and because of this, I won’t be blogging to a theme. I may not blog consistently due to there not being enough hours in the day, but that doesn’t mean that I don’t love this blog and everyone who reads it.
This blog is a little bit of everything.