Who’s that lady?

Alicia Ashcroft is a Writer & Storyteller at Thompson Rivers University. She’s the Events Chair and Marketing Co-Chair of the  Kamloops Film Festival. She’s a freelance writer, an on-location radio personality for B-100 and CIFM and performs whenever possible.

Alicia has lived in New Zealand, Australia, and is now living in Canada with her Kiwi-husband Bear.

‘Pin Up Picks Pen Up’ is an effort meant to overcome writers block, ignite the creative spark; to examine life, to offer up a heaping dose of anecdotal goodness with a healthy portion of black humour with the odd pop culture reference on the side.

“I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means. What I want and what I fear.”—Joan Didion

Thank You for Reading. Thank You for Sharing.


10 thoughts on “Who’s that lady?

  1. That first line is perfect. English majors for the win! =)
    I suppose I can look forward to several years of unemployment after I graduate next year.

    • Well, in reality, I left the country about ten minutes after I graduated, then did traveler’s jobs, for three years. So, I may have missed a career wave–no matter, wouldn’t have traded the travel nor the many years of school. Although, I think you’d enjoy the blog “Dear University Degree”, I’ve posted the link:


      Thanks for reading, and for commenting!

  2. Hi there! I am passing on this nomination for the Liebster award to you. I trust that you will know what to do with it and am excited to see the results. If interested in what I came up with check it out at Ramblings of a Mad Kat. Have a fantastic day!!

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