Category Archives: small press publishing

Meet Tawnya Bulger, author of ‘Katrina: Growing Wings’

Well it is the start of a new month, so thought it fitting to start off with an author interview. So it is great to welcome Tawnya Bulger to my writing corner. Tawnya’s book, Katrina: Growing Wings is a small, … Continue reading

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Are You Making These 7 Book Marketing Mistakes?

Helen Ross writes supports talented independently published authors, and reputable independent publishers and small print press. If you are a self-published author or are thinking seriously of joining the thousands of new authors taking the self-publishing pathway every year, the … Continue reading

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Chatting with Alexis Tapp, children’s author and writer

Helen Ross writes supports talented independently published Australian children’s authors, and reputable independent publishers and small print press. I continue to be gobsmacked by the talent we have in Australia – writers, poets, illustrators, film-makers, animators, photographers, musicians, songwriters  and … Continue reading

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Book Talk with Barbara Barth

Please note that this blog post has been edited since it was first posted 10 mins ago.   Like many writers I know, I am very fortunate to keep ‘meeting’ wonderful and supportive people through various blogging and networking worlds. And along … Continue reading

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Donna Smith drops by during her Billy Cart Blog Tour

Today, it is my pleasure  to welcome Donna M Smith. She makes a pit stop at my blog  as part of her Billy Cart Derby blog tour launch. Billy Cart Derby is an early chapter book written by award-winning children’s … Continue reading

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Independently published children’s book wins awards

Last year I interviewed Pam Bitterman, a published U.S. author, writer and adventurer – and in her own words, ‘an explorer in every sense of the word’. Pam took us on a journey to a small village in Kenya, and … Continue reading

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First Edition Books – Business For Sale

This Unique Home Based Business Opportunity for lovers of books is now For Sale. My books have been a part of First Edition Books for some time now. It provided me and many other Australian authors of good quality independent … Continue reading

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Chatting with Debra Borys, author of Painted Black

Once again, before I proceed with this week’s interview,  please note that due to my personal and writing commitments, my interviews with independently published authors, or small press publishers  are by invitation only (time permitting). Thanks for your understanding.    As … Continue reading

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Chatting with Acacia Awai, author of YA Fantasy novel, Scales

Before I proceed with this week’s interview,  please note that due to my personal and writing commitments, my interviews with independently published authors, or small press publishers  are by invitation only (time permitting). Thanks for your understanding. Lately my interviews … Continue reading

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Interview with Clancy Tucker, author of Gunnedah Hero

Happy New Year everyone! Hope you all had a safe and enjoyable holiday season. This week heralds the return of my regular blogging posts.  And this year I have some exciting interviews lined  up.  that not only promote talented independently … Continue reading

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