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How to Change Your Career to Better Serve Your Creative Self

featuring Amber Byers

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Why is it that when life gets tough, we turn to creativity?

In this episode of Creativity: Uncovered, I am joined by Amber Byers, an attorney who re-found her love of writing after being made redundant.

Now Amber is an award-winning author, editor and head judge of the Tadpole Press 100-Word Writing Contest.

In this episode we talk about:

  • Amber’s career as an attorney when she knew it wasn’t right for her
  • How Amber found her creativity again
  • Her journey to become an award-winning author
  • How she has made a business from writing – in more ways than just being an author
  • Her writing competition, the Tadpole Press 100-Word Writing Contest
  • Her tips for others who may want to switch their current career to a more creative pursuit

Amber has also prepared a special offer for Creativity: Uncovered guests. To access this, head to:

Happy listening!
xo Abi

More About Amber Byers

Tadpole Press
Amber Byers is an award-winning author and head judge of the Tadpole Press 100-Word Writing Contest. As the founder and CEO of Tadpole Press, Amber delights in celebrating creativity and connecting with a worldwide community of writers.

A member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, her Indian name is Nijgan Bamsid Manidog (One Who Walks with Spirits).

Her book, Sophie and Spot, won a Gold Medal for Best First Book in the chapter book category from Moonbeam Children’s Book Awards. Amber also published a short story, The Magic Door Origin Story, which is based off of parts of her childhood.

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