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Coffee Break Companion – The First 12 Reviews


6 month offerAs my fellow self-published authors will know those first few reviews mean so much to us and I thought it would be nice to share some of the lovely reviews I have received, as the six month anniversary of publication of Coffee Break Companion is next week.

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Coffee Break Companion – 6 Month Anniversary Blog Tour


 

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On 28th August 2018 it will be 6 months since I published Coffee Break Companion. To celebrate I am having a Blog Tour and a Kindle Sale, so if you haven’t got a copy yet you can pick one up for just 0.99 on Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.com  from 28th August to 02 September.  Continue reading “Coffee Break Companion – 6 Month Anniversary Blog Tour”

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Different Types of Editing – how to choose what level you need as a writer


When I published Coffee Break Companion I acquired the services of an editor to help polish off my manuscript before I uploaded it to Createspace. Deciding who to use, and what services I required was a challenge, as I had no idea of the range of services available, where to look for an editor, or what help I needed to ensure my manuscript was publication ready. It’s a minefield for the uninitiated, but hopefully this post will help a little.

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Running a Creative Writing for Mental Health Workshop


At the end of May I took a step in a new direction and held a workshop on Creative Writing for mental health, as I mentioned in my previous post on this topic.

I thought it would be nice to share how the workshop went, and a bit of information on the content I used for my lesson plan for the workshop, so if anyone else is interested in doing a workshop you could use this as a starting point for planning your own class… Continue reading “Running a Creative Writing for Mental Health Workshop”