Raelene Hall is a freelance writer living on an Outback property in Western Australia. She has written numerous non-fiction articles for local, national and international magazines and newspapers as well as for Internet sites, on a wide variety of topics, including education, the outback life, communications, nature, spirituality, families, technology, animals and the environment.
Raelene was a regular columnist for the Midwest Times newspaper in WA for over 5 years and has self published a book of those newspaper columns. Her book is titled ‘Legitimate Bush Woman’ and is a tongue in cheek look at life as she sees it. The book is available direct from Raelene for $20 including postage and handling. It is also available in some bookstores. Contact Raelene for details.
As well as her self published book Raelene has had 2 children’s picture books published as electronic books.
Raelene is the voluntary editor of a quarterly magazine for an Australia wide voluntary organisation ‘The Isolated Children’s Parents’ Association of Aust Inc’ (www.icpa.com.au) and in 2007 also became its publisher, thus setting up her own small business.
She is now studying ‘Magazine Publishing’ through Australian College QED
Her writing inspiration is taken from her life as on the million-acre cattle station she shares with her husband and their three children.