How does a dyslexic become a writer? Having inspirational teachers at school helps, as does parents who won’t allow it to become an excuse. Emma K Lea talks about her journey from ghostwriter to self-publisher, her work as a tutor for others who are also dyslexic and selling children’s books on Etsy. She reflects on the impact COVID-19 has had on her tutoring business and her love of hens.
One of the attendees at the seminar on online publishing very kindly wrote a sonnet for me during the day and I present it here for you now. Thanks, Chris! Amaz’n Linda I sit again in Linda’s seminar On how to publish all your work on-line. I read again the notes I’ve made so far … Read more
You may already be published, or you may not. Either way, you will know that it isn’t the publishing that counts, it’s the marketing and the Internet is ideal for this sort of work. The work covered through mentoring may include the following issues: consider the differences between using a publisher, self publishing and the … Read more