Category Archives: On writing

Hosting a Fabulous Book Launch – Part 2

Tania continues PART 2 of her post on successful book launching. On the day ….   Goodie Bags I do offer goodie bags at my launches, but again, they are inexpensive. I pad them with sponsorship stickers, small toys, my … Continue reading

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Hosting a Fabulous Book Launch – PART 1

Guest blogger: Tania McCartney, author. Today, as part of her blog tour for her new book, Riley and the Grumpy Wombat, Tania gives us some fabulous hints on how to host a book launch. Welcome again to my blog, Tania, so happy … Continue reading

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Opportunity for children’s writers – don’t miss out!

Do you write stories for children and would like to break into the educational writing market? Here’s your chance to learn all about it in Brisbane on the 11th August 2011.   Writing and selling an educational book isn’t quite … Continue reading

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Ian Irvine – 10 Best Things about writing the ‘Grim and Grimmer’ series…

Today, my guest author is Ian Irvine, the popular Australian author of the Grim and Grimmer series. Ian is currently on a blog tour to celebrate the release of The Calamitous Queen, the last book in his series.  Ian tells … Continue reading

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Coming soon: Ian Irvine, author of the GRIM AND GRIMMER series

Popular children’s author, Ian Irvine will be on this blog on the 16th June 2011, to celebrate the launch of the 4th book in the  Grim and Grimmer series, The Calamitous Queen! Ian might even be persuaded to tell us … The 10 … Continue reading

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How to write a picture book … on tour with ‘Samuel’s Kisses’

My guest blogger is Australian author, Karen Collum who, this week, celebrates the launch of her first picture book, Samuel’s Kisses. Mother to three beautiful boys, with a baby girl about to join the family this month, Karen is passionate … Continue reading

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Once upon a time in a far away place… PART 2

Part 2 continues my conversation with Angela Sunde. Fairytales, both traditional and modern yet again proves to be a topic there is much to talk about. Hope you agree! Please leave comments!! In this post, Angela talks about writing Pond … Continue reading

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