Tag Archives: Authonomy

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?

He signs himself Vossie on his blog, but I’ve always thought of him as AJ. I’ve never met him, but his fledgling book Fathers of the Sons struck several chords with me when I first read it. It may never … Continue reading

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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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Getting Into People’s Heads

I am delighted to introduce authonomy friend, Rosalind Minett today. I have always admired her dogged perseverance with her writings; she is an example to us all. Thank you, Jane, for inviting me to be a guest on your blog. Nowadays … Continue reading

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The Business of Blogging

One of my many brand new experiences last year was the business of blogging, which has led me  to visit some fascinating virtual homes. At first as a new guest, I was apprehensive, not knowing quite what to expect or … Continue reading

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The Making of Millionaires

Frank Kusy is a colourful character, who entertained us hugely with his book when it was  going through all its stages on Authonomy, eventually reaching the dizzy heights of the Editor’s Desk. Here’s his take on how it happened. The … Continue reading

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Challenges

John Holt is my guest today. I have known him from my Authonomy days, and appreciated his support during the prolonged journey of BREATH OF AFRICA up their ladder to Gold Medal status. He is a prodigious writer – it’s … Continue reading

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Shout to the World

It has been an amazing week. First, I discovered that Amazon bracketed BREATH OF AFRICA with Daphne Sheldrick‘s new book, An African Love Story, inviting readers to buy both together as a package. It was an honour to be thought … Continue reading

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