QUICK FACTS

Currently: Freelancing for Lonely Planet and a bevy of other publications. Books to be published in 2017 include Montenegro, Europe, Eastern Europe and Secret Marvels of the World.

Countries visited (to the tune of Johnny Cash’s ‘I’ve Been Everywhere, Man'): American Samoa, Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Fiji, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kosovo, Laos, Moldova (including Transnistria), Mongolia, Montenegro, Netherlands, Romania, Russian Federation, Samoa, Serbia, Slovenia, South Korea, Spain, Thailand, Turkey, Ukraine, UK, USA, Vietnam

Languages: I can get around quite nicely in Serbia and other ex-Yugo countries, scrape by in Russian and swear in many tongues.

 

Whether the subject is travel, toddlers or trumpets, I offer clean, concise copy, impeccable research and quick turnaround. Need words? Let’s have a chinwag!

 

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KIND WORDS FROM EDITORS

"All content editors have praised your writing style as fun, evocative, creative, as well as clean and informative – your passion for the destination really comes through in your writing. You are adept at striking the balance between including the necessary practical info in reviews, while adding just enough colour and historical context to make them inspiring."

"Your submission was extremely clean and a very straightforward edit. It is clear you take considerable time, effort and pride in ensuring everything is in the best shape possible. You’ve been an absolute pleasure to work with, as always – five stars from the whole editing team!"

"Tamara’s infectious personality came through in all her writing. She has certainly made the text her own, whether it was having a bit of fun with alliterative headings, or just making the text shine with a bit more personality. Tamara supplied an almost perfect set of manifests in terms of research. Tamara also has in-depth expertise regarding the needs of children, and her own inner child is never too far away."

"Tamara’s reviews are at once charming and authoritative."