Some great connections to other authors

I have some great contacts in the industry that I have worked with, as well as read a lot of their blogs etc. So I thought I might share some of them with you today.

First cab off the rank is Cayce Berryman. As you will probably know, I have shared a lot of Cayce’s stuff already. She has great advice on writing, editing and publishing, so well worth looking up. Cayce is available for editing services if you need them too. I have also ready some of Cayce’s work as an author, which is also outstanding. You can also find her on Twitter, and her own Facebook page. Cayce is the head honcho of the Facebook author’s group that I am a moderator for: Authors’ Tale – which I strongly advise you to check out and join if you want great support and banter with like-minded writers. 

Another gem I am sure you will enjoy is Crystal M M Burton. She is an excellent writer (also an editor but taking a break). She has a beautiful children’s book published called Mommy, What is the Moon?, which you will love. She has also had  short stories published in several anthologies. I love her writing! She has a Facebook page and a Twitter account, and is also part of the management team for Authors’ Tale.

Then there is Michelle Williams-King (or sometimes Michelle King). Her children’s book, There’s no Such Thing as People is delightful! But Michelle is also a talented writer of books for grown-ups of all ages too, and has had work published in several anthologies. Her Facebook page And she is also part of the Authors’ Tale management team!

23032590_10212059907671554_7122911867824786337_nAll of us will have work published in the upcoming anthology Heart of a Child, which will be launched on 24th March this year! 

I will list pages for the other authors in Heart of a Child over the coming weeks. They are a talented bunch and it would be worth your while to take a look at their work.

Cheers

Kerry

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