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Jun 27

Tarkeenia! Ellen Mae Gives Us More Tarkeenia!

The first extract I ran from “The Unseen Promise” was so popular, I was asked to do it again! So, let me present some brand new Ellen Mae Franklin to you! I hear on the grapevine she might be coming over for an interview, soon, very soon… We can be heroes, if just for one …

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Jun 21

A Thrilling Friday Freebie!

  I would like to present something special to you all. Now, you know I am always wonderful to you. Let me ask you… Have you taken the time to read the new bestseller by Ellen Mae Franklin? No? Well… Here’s a whole excerpt from “The Unseen Promise” for you to devour… Now don’t say …

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May 27

Frankly, Franklin Rules!

Bestselling writer Ellen Mae Franklin informed me today that she was going on a sales drive. Her book “Unseen Promise” has been nothing more than a pure, golden, smash, shockingly successful HIT! “The author proves a fertile imagination when she sketches the world and characters. And I do not mean a few characters, but a …

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Apr 24

The Name Is Bond… Carol Bond!

Carol Bond (who writes under the pseudonym Ellen Mae Franklin) is considered to be the fairy godmother of writers. She runs a very popular blog with a sole purpose of interviewing the best writers around. Now, some may say she is a rival, but I don’t see it that way. We both have our own …

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Apr 06

Plain Truth: Rosanne Dingli Talks to Nick Wale

Sometimes, you find yourself with an interview that tells you the truth about the publishing industry. For all you guys and girls out there wondering if this is the thing for you, please consider one thing: There’s very little money to be made; so if you want to make money, maybe it’s better to be …

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Feb 14

Stamp Out the Neanderthal- The Future with Ken Howard

When a new idea comes into play people don’t always take to it. Change is difficult and sometimes the hardest change is enacted only through necessity. Interviewing Ken Howard was one of those times I realised how backward we are in some ways. We still use some of the most outdated technology in our work. …

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