Winning the GenreCon Short Story Competition

On Monday morning the 15th of February, the day after Valentines Day, I received an email from Queensland Writers Centre notifying me that I had won the GenreCon Short Story Competition. Its a good thing no-one was home at the time, because I was screaming. This competition took over QWC’s regular Right Left Write flash... Continue Reading →

IngramSpark Title Setup: Categorize Your Book

Once again some similarities to the Createspace/KDP process of choosing categories, but it appears that there is no limit to how many categories and subcategories you can choose, which is great because you are limited with KDP. Also some significant differences in the form of selecting BISAC codes, Regional and Thema Subjects, but nothing to... Continue Reading →

Playing Catch-Up: Links

I have been having so much fun posting quotes, links to interesting Halloween-themed articles, and I certainly hope you have all been enjoying the content too! Due to some personal matters that have kept me away from my computer over the past few days I have fallen behind in my posts, so I thought I'd... Continue Reading →

Three Tips On Experimenting With A New Genre

As an author I classify myself as 'Genre Agnostic'. I learned this title at a writer's group meeting I attended some years ago. Genre agnostic basically means you write in a variety of genres. I myself have written historical fiction, non fiction, creative non-fiction, psychological suspense and am currently working on a series of crime... Continue Reading →

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