Palmerston North, New Zealand

Month: February 2021

Vanity Radio Interview Scam…

I had an email yesterday from an author asking about a radio interview with Kate Delaney and Emmy Award Winner form America Tonight. I can honestly say I’ve never heard of these type of interviews before so being me, I went on a research trip to look into it. I was drawing blanks from google…
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Who Is She? Claire Plaisted: an Interview from My Archives Copyright 2017 #Author’sCorner

Look what Patty found for me. Gosh, it seems so long ago since I wrote this. So much has changed in life, though the journey is still relevant. Anyway, if you want to know a bit more about me… Give this a read. 🙂

7 reasons why I’m not the right editor for you – by Louise Harnby…

A great read for when you are looking for the right editor.

7 Tips to Writing Character Biographies

This is an excellent article and well worth the read. Thank you, Charles.

Publishing Platforms

Other platforms I’ve used… for myself or for clients. Smashwords, draft to digital, Lulu, Ingram Spark. I’ve yet to use Kobo and Nook (Barnes & Noble) Each one is different on how you upload and set up your book to some degree. Most of them do wide distribution which means you can still get books…
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Writing Tips: Avoiding Sentence Fragments.

Thank you for this information. I get some fragmented sentences in my writing at times. It’s good to know how to get rid of them and move forward.

How to add an Admin on your WordPress website. #tips

Adding an Admin, Editor etc. to your website! If you aren’t overly tech savvy it can be hard to work out how to do things. Even though WordPress have tutorial, lessons and can help you to do what you need, sometimes it is easier to find a blog post to read which shows you how…
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How to Tell a Compelling Brand Story by Clifford Chi

Brand Storytelling is a new Marketing idea which has taken off.  Since many of us are Authors and Publishers we should have some great stories to tell… and below, they show you what you need to do.  For those authors who do Outlines…this should be a breeze. Start reading and click the link at the…
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