About Me

Former Australian lawyer who decided to follow his passion in writing.  Commenced blog while studying in the UK.  I’ve been told that creativity is a muscle that needs to be exercised, and the best exercise is to write.  So here goes.

I can be contacted privately at: [email protected]

31 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Dream Tandem says:

    So you’ve named your muscle “Creativity”?

  2. theninthdragonking says:

    Will you be posting samples of your novel? excerpt? chapters? for critique?

    • pacejmiller says:

      Thanks for the comment – and yes, I will be hoping to post excerpts, but it’ll probably be a while…still trying to finish off the first draft! And at the moment, it’s not looking very pretty.

  3. theninthdragonking says:

    hey, well sometimes “not very pretty” is just the way it is. I’m not a professional or published writer but I’m a writer nonetheless, it’s the only thing that keeps me sane. I had a hard time realizing that you don’t achieve perfection the first time out but as you edit and re-edit that first draft, so don’t pull your hair out just yet. If it interests you, you can read some of my stuff at http://theninthdragonking.blogspot.com/

  4. theninthdragonking says:

    Thanks. I wanted to keep my serious stuff and my goofy, punkish self separate. I look forward to reading your stuff.

  5. Nate says:

    Yo Pace!
    Have you heard of this place: mcsweeneys.net? two people have directed me to it, apparently its an independent publish house/creative writing magazine founded by Dave Eggers full of lots of funny, irreverant writing.

    Speaking of writing, how’s the novel coming along? I know you have your exams and all but I was wondering if you had make any progress or if blogging still truncating it. I’ve written 20 more pages of mine though I haven’t written a single word in two weeks and blogging its (partly) to blame for that.

    • pacejmiller says:

      No, will definitely check out mcsweeneys!

      Novel progress….big zero…I’m going to put up a short post about that tomorrow morning, and then probably no to minimal blogging for the next 10-12 days!

  6. Ashley says:

    Perhaps if you want to be a writer, you might consider that you need to have something interesting to write about. I mean, blogging about the Golden Globes? Seriously, how fucking boring are you?

  7. Snowy69 says:

    Just found you while Googling photos of Tivoli. I was super happy to have picked your photo and then to find your great review of Copenhagen and Stockholm.

    How long ago were you there? How do I find more writings on others Baltic cities you may have experienced. Well done. Hope you continue with travel reviews. You sound like the “average” traveler and thats us too….

    • pacejmiller says:

      Oh thank you. I was only in Copenhagen and Stockholm for a couple of days each – wish we had more time to see the museums in depth. I haven’t visited many other Baltic cities, unfortunately, though I will definitely continue with the travel reviews!

  8. sriram says:

    awsome..
    really loved the articles on agassi..
    as i am great fan of him
    keep continuing the articles on agassi..plz

  9. Andreah Grove says:

    I found your blog researching places to visit in Germany. I will be heading there in about a month to visit a friend. However I discovered you are also a writer! I am a fantasy writer as well and have a blog about it too: http://www.limitlessandreah.blogspot.com Although you have had a blog longer than I, lol.

  10. uioae says:

    Found something you might want to join: http://exlawyersclub.wordpress.com/

  11. Nick Poust says:

    Great, great blog you have here. I’ve been a frequent visitor, Pace, and it’s fantastic. You are a very talented writer by the way. Keep at it and you will go far!

  12. Patrouch says:

    Stumbled across your blog. Not sure if you’re already familiar with Nanowrimo (national novel writing month), or whether you’d find it helpful. I did, though I still haven’t touched the 65,000 word draft I wrote in 2009.

  13. Hi, nice to meet you !

  14. Good day!

    I stumbled on this blog and had the most fun reading about Agassi, Chang, Becker!! And your bit on Chinese spit was remarkably hilarious!!

    I am Karthik and am an amateur blogger would thank you immensely if I receive some feedback from you on my writing.

    Cheers

    K.

  15. Dan Locke says:

    I have read a little bit here and am enjoying what I have read so far. (I don’t often read on the net.) I see you have a corps of loyal followers. I wish you the very, very best.

  16. hey there! i stumbled across your list of favourite ‘rewatchable movies of all-time’. i agree with your zoolander and happy gilmore comments. on a different note, can i just say good on you for following your passion! i reckon it’s awesome! i’m currently practicing, and to keep me ‘sane’, i immerse myself in the world of fashion and feature writing after hours and weekends. hope you’re well over there.

  17. maru says:

    Hey… following you since WordPress…
    Good luck with this new site.
    :)

  18. Caroline Bacher says:

    Beautiful blog!

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