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Cate Beresford

Author & Engaging Speaker

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Cate Beresford is the author of fictional novels and poetry.

A published poet, Cate has been runner up in the South Coast Writer's Award, runner up for a US International award where she was asked to read on the steps of the White House and has published poems in the Embers anthology (written during the Australian Bushfire season of 2019) as well as other anthologies.

Cate has published articles in magazines, was a Finalist in Women in Business and has won first prize for her educational work with the Department Fair Trading.

She was the also primary organiser for her local writer's group and supports young people with writing resumes when they're entering the workplace. Cate has also been recognised for her roles in creating Women in Project Management, Breakthrough Awards which recognise young people and her local Business Network events.

Cate is a creative freelancer, publishes articles and blogs for several business websites, and writes for educational materials.

Her latest novel will be available early 2023.

Seven Signs

- Life leads you to paths you never knew.

A story of Romance & mystery in the outback 

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Whilst old lovers expose their secrets, new ones uncover truths

Out soon

Young Lovers

Roy - A story of hope, where the only motivation to go on, is survival.

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Bass Point Boys

- When life gets too hard, the locals know where to go.


Tried to find a diary/planner to suit your life as a writer or author?

Well, I couldn't find what I needed so I've created one to give you for free when you sign up to my newsletter.

With my poems and inspirations throughout, you will want to order one for every year,

Free download pdf when you sign up or you can pre-order your printed copy.

Just sign up to my newsletter and I'll send it to your inbox!

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I’d like to acknowledge and pay my respects to the traditional custodians of the lands now called Australia, the elders both past, present and emerging. Most notably, to honour  the Dharawal people from Wollongong, where I live.

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