… Our Latest Team Member!
Here at The Glass House, we are proud that our little home has opened its doors to so many loyal and loving friends and fans over the last year. But like every family, there comes a time when it is time to expand.
Today, we introduce the first of many changes to our site. In the coming months you will notice more than a few big changes happening to our ‘house’ – but today we thought we would start with just a small addition, because let’s face it… everyone hates change.
So grab a glass of wine, a cup or tea or even a kale smoothie (whatever takes your fancy) and join us over in the Cocktail Bar as our newest team member and the first of our monthly columnists settles herself into the house with her first article as a fully fledged Glass House member.
Jaquelyn Muller is the author of the ‘Elizabeth Rose’ picture book series, a book reviewer and early childhood literacy ambassador. She lives in Melbourne, Australia with her husband and their two daughters. When she is not doing booky stuff, her highly active imagination morphs into over ambitious Christmas decorations, (that never look like the pictures in magazines) grand plans for her small but rather baron vegetable garden and nerdy project ideas for her daughters’ homework.
Jaquelyn joined The Glass House as a Guest Writer in the early days before coming on board as our first monthly columnist. You can check out her other articles on her author page here, or pop back monthly to keep up with her hilarious escapades and witty observations on life as a working mother.
But for now… head over to her first ever column, show some love and spread the word!
The Underbelly of Junior Netball
(If you are interested in being a regular columnist, don’t be shy, get in touch. At The Glass House we are always looking for fresh talent and lovely people to share a drink and a natter with. Email us your column ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org)