Tag Archives: Authonomy

THE CALL – 4 X 4 THINGS ABOUT AGENTS

Claire Lyman has found an Agent! I’m so glad for her, and her story is sobering as well as enlightening. Thank you for sharing, Claire. Your tenacity and dedication are awesome – and the very best of luck for your … Continue reading

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One Lovely Blog Award!

I am honoured to be nominated by the distinguished Nancy Jardine for the ‘One Lovely Blog Award’. The award recognizes bloggers who share their story or thoughts in a “lovely” manner, giving them recognition and helping them reach more viewers. … Continue reading

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Children of All Ages Will Enjoy Maretha’s Books

An exciting new author is visiting me today. Maretha Botha has recently moved from Africa to the UK and I can relate so much to the great upheaval she has experienced. Maretha – I just loved your children’s book “Flame and … Continue reading

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Can Micro Managers Be Leaders?

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Conversely put, …can leaders stoop to micro managing? Somehow, I think the answer to both questions is an emphatic NO! I’m perturbed by the concept that so-called team leaders are lumbered with the…

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The Aurorawatcher

I’m Lela Markham, an Alaskan writer. I’m a Christian who lives in Alaska and Jane and I know each other from the Authonomy writer’s site, where my book “The Willow Branch” is available for reading. And you may notice that … Continue reading

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Figuring It Out

Dee Harrison shares her thoughts and experiences as a self-published author at my place today – come and have a cup  of tea while we chat…   Dee – you are a devoted and determined self-publisher. What is the hardest part of producing your … Continue reading

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Babies Really Can Fly

I will always have a special feeling for authonomy authors, who helped my book, Breath of Africa on its bumpy way to publication over a year ago. An especially warm welcome to Tracey Scott-Townsend one of my generous ‘virtual’ friends, and author of The … Continue reading

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