Tag Archives: Jackie Hosking

Tips and services for ‘newbie’ children’s book writers

Please note: I have edited this post since it was first published on 6 March 2013). Every so often, a children’s writer/poet emails me for my advice. Yikes! I admit that I have many teaching years under my belt (like … Continue reading

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Sign up for PiBoldMo – Picture Book Idea Month

If you are not participating in the insanity of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) this November, you might like to sign up for PiBoldMo –  Picture Book Idea Month! I discovered this fabulous idea in a recent PIO (Pass It … Continue reading

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8. Chatting with Jackie Hosking, writer and ebook publisher.

This week I welcome a very special guest, as all my guests are.  Members of PIO (Pass It On) know the lovely Jackie Hosking – talented poet and writer, as well as compiler,  editor, publisher of PIO and  now,    … Continue reading

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Threatened Abolition of Parallel Importation Restrictions – What does it really mean?

The threatened abolition of Parallel Importation Restrictions (PIR) has been in the news for some time now. But terms such as PIR, open markets, and the need for cheaper books has made it a little difficult to clearly understand all the … Continue reading

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