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5 simple ways to be a better publisher

Publishing content has never been this easy, companies no longer have to rely on traditional media to get their message out.

Whether you’re publishing content as a company or an individual, there are a few fundamentals to keep in mind. 765 more words


Cut Scene: The Original Prologue

Tragedy has an interesting past that I don’t think I’ve shared before. The very first scene was written when I was 15, just after I completed my first (never-to-be-published) novel, … 527 more words

The Day After

The Tethering is officially out in the world. The release day was a huge success! The blog tour has been kicked off. The Facebook party was amazing, and everyone has been super supportive and lovely. 214 more words


Kindness Final Poem

In completing this assignment, I took many intricate steps to finish this work of art. A few weeks ago, our class recorded the poem “Kindness” in pairs on a zoom recorder. 205 more words


There are great stories hidden in your family tree!

This blog focusses on finding, developing and publishing stories from your family tree. I  will provide research tips to find your ancestors, suggestions on what story lines to look for, and strategies to get your great stories published – first in periodicals, and second in book form. 155 more words

Family History

No. 729

Not a Song of Hope. By CpSingleton © 2014

Where the west wind blows at ease, taking thought and hopes in hand.
The eyes in mounds of mud blink back tears, they cry to understand… 83 more words


Book Titles: Why Not Catch-21?

There are 211 different books in Christchurch City Libraries to help you name your future offspring, but only one to guide the choice of title for your soon-to-be-published book. 440 more words