Monthly Archives: August 2010

Author at work – Doug Wakeling

Zeus Publications author Doug Wakeling sent me these photos of his book signing at Pages Bookshop, Park Beach Plaza, Coffs Harbour. This signing took place on July 1st 2010. Doug’s book is ‘Curse the Bells’ and you can purchase it … Continue reading

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Expand your writing profile

An Australian website that encourages writers is Australian Reader. You can submit your work as well as read reviews on new releases, not just from the big publishing houses, but also the independents.  Go to: http://www.australianreader.com/index.php?section=about

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A couple of ideas to get you writing

Ideas are everywhere (as I’ve said before) but here are some prompts to get you going: Look to your right. What do you see? Write about it. What would you do with $20,000? How far would you go to protect … Continue reading

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Business cards are necessary

Just because so many people rely on the internet today, don’t think that (as an author) you can get away with not having a business card. You need one. Alternatively, you could use a bookmark but either way you need … Continue reading

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CHRONICLES- LOOKING FOR NON-FICTION (via The Brainpan)

Not a bad opportunity for all you non-fiction writers. Check out this blog I found.       Chronicles, the historical e-magazine is looking for non-fiction articles on historical people, events and places up to and including WWII.        A fee of … Continue reading

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