About Georgia Varjas

The spoken word has pauses, the written word punctuation – both require you to breathe.  

I started writing dialogue as a teenager. 

Two people facing each other, loving, fighting, caring, arguing, debating, cajoling. It was packed with nouns and verbs. It was exciting and fast paced.

It was drama on a stick.

I used my pen to express stories and situations I wanted and didn’t want in my life.

I went on to learn about many different ways to express myself with words and music.

As a professional saxophonist, I was able to work in theatres, accompanying solo acts, creating moods and emotions – stories even, to enhance the performance.

I had a business card that read: Talkative Music.

I performed poems, stories and short dialogues to music. 

A kind of White Girl Rap.

I wrote to perform. 

Poems, scripts, monologues and 3 minute plays.

I entered performance poetry contests. 

Slammed in the States with a team of amazing poets. 

I loved the spoken word scene and provoked, engaged, humoured and made audiences think. 

I wrote to speak. I wrote to express myself – and others, especially women, through plays, poems, scripts, blogs, articles, short stories and 4 published books. 

I wrote in several genres. 

I wrote to reassure, console, energise, boost and inspire others to think for themselves, to share their expertise and experiences and their wisdom.

And now, 

I encourage you – to write.

To show and share with the world your own exceptional life experiences and knowledge.

Because I know that writing leads to self-revelations of the extraordinary kind.

That your book is your legacy, your marketing tool, your imprint and impact on the world.

Writing is an expression of who you are.

The tongue has no bones, but it is strong enough to break a heart. Take care of your words, take care of your language. Anon (probably a woman)

Georgia is a Master Mentor that blends creativity and purpose with a hot deadline and creative street smarts.

Creative productivity is her jam! She invites you to tap into your own dream, story, vision and voice to triumph over your own self-worth.

Georgia is a gem in getting my book ideas constructively together to publishers to support my own coaching practice.  I saved so much time and discovered my greatness by her systems and structures and with awareness.

She is a blast to surround yourself with and also has such an articulate classy charm to be around! So grateful for my Book relationship journey with her! I highly recommend her as your Master Coach to pull your story and ideas together and get on stage!

Book her for a coaching series on your team, you will be pleased you did for your own mindset, challenge and excitement to birth your book.

Thank you Georgia!

Jane Morba

Intuitive Style Coach

Featured In

Contact Georgia