Category Archives: writers

Writing Process Blog Hop Tour

Australian writer and poet, Gabrielle Bryden  has tagged me in a Writing Process Blog Tour. Gabrielle is a very talented writer/poet so please check out her lovely blog. The Writing Process Blog Tour involves me answering four questions and tagging … Continue reading

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Launch of How to Promote Your Children’s Book by Katie Davis

Children’s author/illustrator and authorpreneur Katie Davis has just released her second edition of her ebook How to Promote Your Children’s Book: Tips, Tricks, and Secrets to Create a Bestseller.  I bought the first edition last year and found it a … Continue reading

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Webinar on authors as entrepreneurs

We all know of the changes in the publishing world. With that (unless we are outrageously famous and have a publisher bending over backwards for us), we as writers cannot just concentrate on writing our next book or collection of poems, … Continue reading

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Don’t wait for your muse

My writing friend, Dianne (Di) Bates, has been authoring books (120+) for over 30 years, and has been making a living from being a full-time author for over ten years. And instead of putting her feet up once a manuscript has been … Continue reading

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Progressive post party for HonieBriggs.com

“… a true friend has your best interests at heart and the pluck to tell you what you need to hear.” ― E.A. Bucchianeri, Brushstrokes of a Gadfly For the month of December, my blogger friend Honie Briggs is celebrating … Continue reading

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Meet Susie Caron during her virtual blog tour

November and December is a busy time for author, Susie Caron.  Susie is currently celebrating the release of her books, Twee’ and I Am Twee’ as part of her ‘Between You and Me’ series of children’s books. Susie’s  allegory picture … Continue reading

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New Pre-launch Christmas In July Release

Psst! I know it isn’t Christmas yet, and most of us don’t really want to know. However, if you like to party, keep reading. It is currently winter time in Australia. And for many people who live in areas where … Continue reading

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