This week we talk about what publishers really want, swimmers vs togs, why authors should care about Google+, what to do if you have multiple offers, how to tell if your story idea is mediocre, four
Monthly Archives: October 2014
It's been a while since I've shared "My Life in a Minute' so here is the latest on what's been happening in my world.
Thoroughly enjoyed: A recent mastermind session with entrepreneur, podcaster and author of "Virtual Freedom" Chris Ducker, which he held at the Australian Writers's Centre's training rooms in Sydney. There's nothing like a power day sharing ideas with fellow business owners. I highly recommend it.
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I have a confession to make. For the past couple of years, I’ve been cruising. I’ve been so far into my comfort zone it’s been like living life in a down and feather doona with a bowl of M&Ms in easy reach. That doesn’t mean that I haven’t been working hard. It just means that I’ve been working hard only on projects and activities that I’ve been confident in achieving.
As a result of working hard, my career has progressed and my business has grown. While that’s great,
WRITER Ep 35: Celebs join the rush to write children’s books; Copyblogger closes down its Facebook page; can you plagiarise an email? What’s your favourite book? Blogging hits the big time with Foxtel’s new “Fashion Bloggers”; and meet Writers in Residence Favel Parrett.
This week we talk about celebrities join rush of authors writing children’s books, why Copyblogger is killing its Facebook page, is it wrong to post from an email? 50 cultural icons on their favorite