Monthly Archives: November 2010

Busy, busy people in a modern world

It seems to me that we are all so busy. Time just flies. How do we fit everything in? Trying to fit a book-length manuscript into your valuable time can be difficult. All I can say is it’s worth it. … Continue reading

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Poetry a hard sell but enjoyable read

Poetry is probably the most difficult genre to market. Poets have to find specialist bookstores, magazines and media outlets to have any chance of selling their poetry. They have to be proactive in their marketing campaign and sprout plenty of … Continue reading

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The Diary of a Fallen Angel

Australian Reader has posted another blog about a Zeus author. This time Poseidon’s Tammy Norris author of The Diary of a Fallen Angel. In the post Tammy discusses why she wrote about her experiences with post-traumatic stress disorder. The full … Continue reading

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New look for the Books Zeus Blog

Since WordPress is deleting the Press Row theme I have replaced it with the option suggested, Pilcrow. I may have to update a few things to make everything fit nicely. Let me know if you think it’s an improvement or … Continue reading

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Book Creators Circle have a passion for books and writers

An organisation doing a great job at keeping writers focussed on self-promotion is the Book Creators Circle.  A wonderful professional organisation that shares knowledge between writers, illustrators, editors, publishers and anyone involved in book creation. A group to join for … Continue reading

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