Monthly Archives: October 2011
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This is really a book you can’t put down. Ben Harkin is a hero. Josh is a journalist returned from his fairly non impressive exploits in Europe to make his mark. Josh’s brother got him…
It’s nearly November and I’ve taken up the challenge and joined the NANOWRIMO – National Novel Writing Month. My aim is to complete the first draft of Vashla’s World, the follow up to Dual Visions. It should be fun!
The Independent Writers and Publishers Festival is on next Saturday 29th October 2011 at the Robina Community Centre, 196 Robina Town Centre Drive For READERS – come and meet some new authors For WRITERS meet other authors and learn about … Continue reading
I am one of the three Judges of the Indie Writers Festival Short Story Competition. We three are meeting tomorrow to discuss the top ten finalists. Congratulations to all those who’ve submitted the quality of the work has been wonderful.
I just Googled Dual Visions Jill Smith and got the whole page of listings that are ME! Yipee – from Publicious, Twitter, Book reviews to The National Library listing. I am getting out there! The Publicious Bookstore for Self-Published Authors … Continue reading
This coming Saturday is another of Gold Coast Writers inspirational monthly meetings.Venue: Fradgley Hall (above the Burleigh Heads Library), Park Avenue (off Connor Street), Burleigh Heads QLD from 1.30pm to 4pm. Dual Visions will be for sale, along with Fan-tas-tic-al Tales.
Dual Visions will be on sale at the Festival of Independent Writers and Publishers, 29th October, 2011 at Robina Community Centre, 196 Robina Town Centre Drive. For all the details go to http://www.indieauthorsfestival.com I’ll also be there with fellow Ten … Continue reading