Spring 2016

September’s spring E-News features 2 newsletters in 1

Special edition showcases early year 12 English Exam Revision tips. VCE tips include how to approach Exam revision and another tip for looking after your eyes and sight. The focus with be on the Context as this is often reported by students as being the most confusing part of the VCE course. I include: an essay outline for one of the Contexts, and a note on how to research for the context.

June 20th Manningham Leader featured a news item about me as a local author and mentioned my upcoming publication. When the Leader’s journalist contacted me he asked whether I had any forthcoming projects. Another compilation of Supernatural horror novellas is in draft stage and not due for publication until late 2017. I had left the extended essay on the back burner for the past years and have since pulled it out from a dusty corner. Over the last month I’ve redrafted the extended review of Cosmo’s Factory and tribute to John Fogerty due for publication as an E-Book September.

Reviews include: film, The Conjuring 2 and the novel Mildred Pierce a Noir piece.
Recent reviews for Voice in the Mirror and On the Wind’s Breath.

To read a short extract from my latest fiction and one the three novellas go to: www.lynettemcclenaghanauthor.com

Extracts are available on my other works:

A version of this workshop has been published in VATE’s online journal.
There are over 33 million Amazon reviewers, currently I have written 240 reviews and I’m ranked at under 3500 with an 87% helpful rating.

Between newsletters you can follow me on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn and go to my website www.lynettemcclenaghanauthor.com to keep up with my news, publishing details and blogs.

www.lynmcclenaghantutoring.com.au links to my author website. This site verifies that I am VIT Registered and therefore qualified to teach in the classroom and recognised as a secondary school teacher.

An organisation (not a statutory body) called Accredited Tutor and Linked to Australian Tutoring Association claims (ATA) claims that their tutors are certified and therefore the implication is that they are equal to trained experienced teachers. This is not true. Essentially when seeking a tutor for your child if you want your child tutored by a trained teacher with current teaching experience then your tutor needs to be VIT registers and an expert in their subject areas.