Committed dreamer, passionate  creative,(2)

Latest blog posts

A Beginner's Guide to Self-Publishing

A Circle of Writers

The thing about writing is it can be a lonely business. Just you. And the page. Or the computer screen. […]

Read More →  
A Book Is Not Born

Writing Advice for Hard Times

Yesterday was a hard writing day. It felt like climbing a mountain without oxygen. The mountain was Everest and I […]

Read More →  
Moods Of Motherhood Cover Front 300

10 Books… for $10

Starting this morning, for the next 72 hours only, you can get a bundle of 10 e-books on motherhood for […]

Read More →  

Lucy! Let me thank you. You don't know it but your words have healed me time and time again. In reading your blogs I feel a primitive and primal femininity, a honouring of womankind. I am so grateful to you! I just wanted to send you this to remind you of the soulful, vibrant wombyn you are.


I am grateful to Lucy for giving me a nudge in the right direction and encouraging me to move forward and believing that I could do it!

Yvonne Brewer Spillane, author Breathe and Bloom

Lucy is a true leader of women. She inspires and opens our minds to new alternatives and is always one step ahead of everyone else; always overflowing with ideas that guide us back to our core self.

Lucy is an old soul who just knows. She has wisdom and guidance beyond her years. I am in awe of her energy to write in such a beautiful and insightful way, and her incessant drive to keep producing such ground-breaking and deliciously soul-warming material.

Amy, freelance journalist.

Lucy, what you are doing is a great service for women. Your book joins the momentum of changing the paradigms and shifting what will come. Thank you for growing this consciousness. For our daughters and their mothers, thank you.

ALisa Starkweather, founder of the Red Tent Temple Movement

If you poke around Lucy’s site and see all the ways she works in the world, you will be touched by her palette, vivid and vibrant, and by her generosity. Lucy’s work invites us all to step closer in to our own self-expression and in doing so, step closer to others exploring the territory of creative expression while mothering.
I too yearn to blaze as brightly as Lucy. I am sure other readers will turn towards their next creative forays with greater bravery and enthusiasm, knowing that Lucy is at their side, like a sister, cheering them onward.

Suzi Baum, author, Anthology of Babes

I feel like I have soooo much to thank you for even though I have never met you!

I want you to know you have helped me so much over the last few months. Via you I have found so many other wonderful women doing incredible things, and resources that are really helping me. So I just wanted to say a big thank you for heading me in the right direction.


If you were a man writing exactly the same stuff you would be regarded as a modern day sage/guru-type like Deepak Chopra or sociologist/philosopher Malcolm Gladwell.


I have been so moved by your words, your honestly and openness.
You have influence my life by your writings quietly for a few years but very loudly over the past year. I love, love, love Moods of Motherhood and your blog.

We have set up a women's circle thanks to you and been inspired by your links.

THANK YOU and WELL DONE and this IS what life is all about. Being, living sharing who we are. I am inspired and in awe of you.


Lucy is inspiring, supportive and practical. I look forward to working with her again in the future.

Sile Walsh, author of Self Care

Thank you so much for writing Moon Time. For spreading your wisdom. For helping women acknowledge and access their power.

You are doing such important work, Lucy. I'll be recommending you to my mama friends.
Thank you again for so openly sharing your wisdom. You have gifted me with the tools to bring back my womanly magic that was misplaced for far too long.


Lucy is wonderfully generous with her time, experience and ideas. She gave me insights into issues that I had not even thought of, whilst also looking for the best ways to protect my interests.

Nicky Sullivan, freelance writer.

Lucy was immediately likeable, a ball of energy. It was like crossing the ultimate earth mother with Bridget Jones (not just down to the English accent) with Oprah Winfrey. … But most importantly she’s real...

Katie Seward, blogging student.

Dreaming Aloud reaches out, gently takes you in for a hug and whispers in your ear!

Simon, writer.

Here's one label that suits your artistic mind and the soul you put forth in your work and you'd better accept it--beautiful. Keep up the great work!