This will be the first of many posts on how to do your own PR. I am also going to turn this into a video class for those of you that are interested. This post is for start ups, small businesses and pioneering entrepreneurs who are on a budget and can’t afford a seasoned public […]
i am a blind author and crood artist.
when i say crood i meen primative not very good mot rood.
i will hapley answer any questions on these subgects.
there tride it probley not any good.
Mindlessly scrolling through my unread emails Thursday evening, I was hit unexpectedly by death.
I am proud that I have kept on sketching I did some on Saturday and didn’t come out well and I nearly gave up but I tried again on Monday and they came out a lot better I do this by pressing really hard on the paper with a pen/pencil and then feeling on the other hand the indentations left there so that I can join at the lines then identical origin hoping to produce a colouring in book from this that the good enough and adult colouring bookk
I am proud about the poetry book me and my brother produced was bound fantasy poems this was the first boat people cry the first book I ever produced I co-produced with Kristian my brother a twin publishing is really really important so I’m I’m proud of that it’s one of my little babies I’m proud of all my books.
i am not shore
these are the things i think people thank me for
help with writing
helping out my writing groooopp
reading and revewing books
giving amiter misarges
the werfles loss of life
the distruction of the planit
the murder of animals for their pelts horns
people who will not try to treet us all as equals
this blog was inspired by this
Originally posted on Tara Sparling writes:That sounds awfully highfalutin, doesn’t it? I mean, it’s Saturday morning. Who wants to read about the history of publishing at this hour of a bank holiday weekend? Don’t worry. I wouldn’t do it to you. I just thought I might share some resource news with you before I go into hibernation,…