Denise Mills grew up in Wongarbon, a small village home to a few hundred people. She has tried bigger towns and glanced at cities, but it’s village life for her, currently Millthorpe, Australia. A 20 minute drive with cow and sheep scattered views takes her to the city of Orange, known for its wine, food, and live music. ‘Home’ is a partially owned, semi-detached, void of television, but fully equipped with books, music and teenage son.
Her previous life saw her perform a 10 year role as a Tax Accountant, and despite making good progress in her career, it wasn’t quite the right world. She went on to work as a Freelance Writer and has featured in many print and online publications. She also had a lucrative position at Clint’s Crazy Bargains in her teens, where she priced $2 undies and was allowed to smoke in store.
Denise’s passion for lifting women’s voices combined with a love for expression and creativity sparked the beginning of the Letters Anthology. Originally intended as a book, the project morphed into an online space which unites women worldwide through shared experiences.