Bernadette Eden is a writer living in the Adelaide Hills with her husband and three children. Having left traditional employment Bernadette decided to become a writer instead of finding another job and paying off the mortgage. So far this decision has earned her $94.70 which she has spent on books and coffee.
When Bernadette is not procrastinating she creates short stories, some of which have appeared in local and interstate anthologies as well as presented at spoken word literary nights. When she does hit her writing stride Bernadette buckles down hoping to write the next bestselling novel.
Outside of being creative Bernadette puts her all into appearing to be an organised and on-the-ball mum to three kids but that does get exhausting. Instead, she prefers to spend time in the backyard with her family, preferably with a coffee or wine in hand.
Publications & Awards
June 2020 – ‘Awaiting Annie Jones’ Shortlisted for Queensland Writers Centre Publishable Manuscript Development program
February 2020 – ‘Awaiting Annie Jones’ Runner up for Romance Writers of Australia Selling Submission.
January 2020 – ‘Awaiting Annie Jones’ Longlisted for Romance Writers of Australia Emerald Award.
September 2019 – Runner up in the first heat of the Golden North Ice Cream Eating Challenge
October 2018 – ‘Awaiting Annie Jones’ Longlisted for Richell Emerging Writers Award.
January 2018 – ‘Family Assorted Favours’ Performed at Quart Short Literary Reading Night
October 2017 – ‘Behind Closed Doors’ Performed at Quart Short Literary Reading Night
November 2017 – ‘Solid Foundations’ included in Visible Ink Anthology – The End
May – 2017 – ‘Freedom Drive’ performed at spoken word night, Tenx9
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