Monthly Archives: October 2020
Samhain Celebration: a Bubba Tails Adventure #BubbaTails
#Awethor K S Marsden with a World of Experience
Let’s find out how K S Marsden is. Fives years on…I know she’s still writing. Please update us on what you’re doing these days.
THE WHITE DONKEY THAT WAS REALLY A PONY
The Beautiful multi-talented #Awethor and Editor – Christie Stratos
Another talented Awethor…Five years on. 🙂
Word War with Cac the Proofreader
New Indie #Awethor Elizabeth Horton-Newton
Here is another of our wonderful Awethors. Here is hoping for another update. #Awethors #Awethology #shortstories
Connect with Barbara Spencer author
#Awethor Stewart Bint against Bullying
Five years on and here’s an interview from the author who reminded me it was time to celebrate Awethors. Time has flown, lets see what’s new with Stuart Bint. Another awesome author…
Celebrating 30,000 Views
Must be a happy moment. I’m nearly at 30k views and after nearly two years off due to life. I’m back and building my following, putting out posts which I hope you enjoy, including those I share.
The SCAM Publishers post written by Victoria Strauss from Writers Beware seems to be one of the best I’ve shared in a while. I thank you all for your comments and I’m glad it helps. Victoria’s article is great, as are so many others I find and I also hope you enjoy the ones I write as well.
My favourite this year is the one about Which English you use and who your Readers are, especially for those who want reviews. After all, you don’t want an American Reader to say you have spelling errors through your work when you’ve written in British English…Do you? I know I don’t
At the moment we are also celebrating five years of Awethors and our Awethology which we published in October 2015. About 54 Authors participated with two books of about 600 pages each. A lot of work and joy and the eBooks are still available FREE on Amazon.
Anyway, I’m wondering how to celebrate when I do hit 30k views…It could happen today or tomorrow. What should I do? Ideas are more than welcome in comments.
Thanks for listening to my rambles.