loves the digital age that facilitates spreading the word. This is what she has
sticky hands on them in! Kindle, Kobo, Sainsbury’s e-books – I have accounts
with them all. The Works, Waterstones, WH Smith – I’m a browser and a sucker
for a cover I can fondle.
romantic comedy, Truly Madly Greekly in the digital arena.
mean the novel doesn’t go through a rigorous editing process (I’m going through
one of those right now!) but digital done right can cut down the process by
content at a later date etc. You can also jump on trends as they occur. This
might be getting something into the marketplace quickly to hit on a special
event – a tennis romance in time for Wimbledon, a gardening tale for the
Chelsea Flower Show, athlete heroine for the next Olympics etc.
traditional paperback publishing. You can offer books at a more competitive
rate to readers and still make money.
don’t have to have a specific e-reader to read digital books – any tablet,
smartphone or P.C. has the capability to download a free app to read books on.
Some people are becoming readers for the first time because it’s cheap,
convenient and accessible.
taking the plunge and getting their work into the marketplace. Self-publishing
and digital publishing have let authors take much more control over their work
and I’m embracing that!
heroes and emotional reads. She is represented by Kate Nash of The Kate Nash
of Romance and has since scooped Top Ten Reads/Book of the Year places from a
number of UK book bloggers.
digital first romance imprint, Harper Impulse, and most recently, digital
fiction specialists, Bookouture, a great story is never far from her
also a regular speaker at literary festivals, events and women’s networking
Man, travel and handbags. She has appeared on ITV1’s Who Dares Sings and
auditioned for The X-Factor.
of Authors and lives near Salisbury, Wiltshire, UK with her husband, two
daughters and cats, Kravitz and Springsteen.
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