One of the books I published for a client recently debuted on TV, and I couldn’t be more thrilled.
Yes, my youngest author and her book, “Diary of a Tween”, have made it to THE BBC! 🎉 Continue reading MY YOUNGEST CLIENT’S BOOK DEBUTED ON TV
2021 report by the Guardian says, “…33.9% of children of primary school age in England are from a minority ethnic background…” while only “8% of children’s books have a minority ethnic main character.” I had many conversations – with many people – on this subject, but I don’t think I fully grasped the importance of representation until my initial book consultation with a nine-year-old British/Ghanaian … Continue reading Diary of a Tween — Diversity and Inclusion in Kids Literature
Since publishing “Love, Don’t Fear”, I have learned a few valuable lessons not only about book publishing but also about myself. Previously, of course, I had discovered that I could do with a little more patience – you’ll find the post on this topic right here “If it’s Broke – Fix It”. 🙂 Back to right now, though… So far, I have received great feedback from … Continue reading My Poetry Collection & Self-Publishing Update…
If you’re an aspiring author, book publisher, creative or budding entrepreneur – you will find valuable tips in my interview with Winsome Duncan – an award-winning author, entrepreneur, and poet with over a decade of experience in the book industry. Part two stands on its own, however, to gain additional insights please READ PART ONE too. Here, the conversation about writing, self-publishing and creative entrepreneurship continues. … Continue reading Winsome Duncan Interview – Part Two
Meet Winsome Duncan – an award-winning author, entrepreneur, poet and more with over a decade of experience in the book writing industry. Her work has been featured on BBC iPlayer, SKY and BBC London radio. Winsome is a bestselling author and founder of Peaches Publications – their motto: “We Publish Books”. Her books have received national press and media coverage, and they have been endorsed … Continue reading Author, Publisher & Entrepreneur – The Winsome Interview
You may have noticed that I changed the title and the cover of my latest poetry collection. Ha… the book had only been out for a month… ‘Why did you do that?’ one could ask… Well, that month was the driest month as far as my book sales, on Amazon, are concerned. Not only was this book not selling, but my first book “Do Lend Me … Continue reading If It’s Broke – Fix It: Poetry & Self-Publishing