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Latest review for “Turning Points”, an anthology of 25 inspiring stories from women entrepreneurs who’ve turned their lives around
Latest review for “Turning Points: 25 inspiring stories from women entrepreneurs who have turned their careers and their lives around” (Summertime Publishing, 2011), edited by Kate Cobb.
“Turning Points” co-author Jo Dodds believes anthologies are a great first step to getting published
“Turning Points” co-author Jo Dodds believes contributing to an anthology is a great first step to getting published
Kate Cobb, editor of “Turning Points: 25 inspiring stories from women entrepreneurs who have turned their careers and their lives around”, shares her pride for the work done by Seeds for Development, an NGO based in Uganda. Ten percent of verey book told goes to this organisation.
I decided to participate in the Turning Points project because I wanted to be a part of an inspirational book that would help many women out there who might be struggling. By sharing our difficulties and how we overcame them, it gives light to others who may be facing those dark times now. We have […]
The power of telling your own story I have always been sceptical of people wanting to tell their life stories. This may sound odd given I’ve just spent 13 months getting a book which contains 25 such stories from glimmer of idea to number one on Amazon. Turning Points: 25 inspiring stories from women entrepreneurs […]
[amazon-product]1904881378[/amazon-product] Expat coach Louise Wiles, who contributed to the recently published anthology Turning Points, shares how she overcame her writing blocks… Can I Really? When the email from Kate [editor] arrived in my inbox I was intrigued. It was the title of the book that initially caught my attention, Turning Points. As someone who has relocated as […]
When it comes nearer to launch day though, you might usefully give the best seller idea some thought. We’ve just done it with “Turning Points: 25 inspiring stories from women entrepreneurs who turned their lives and their careers around” which went to number one of the Amazon’s Women & Business list on launch day, was at the top of the Hot New Releases on Amazon and appeared in the top twenty in other categories too. So, if you’re not JK Rowling, how easy is it to get your book to number one on a best sellers list and anyway why would you want to?
Turning Points: 25 Inspiring Stories From Women Entrepreneurs Who Have Turned Their Careers and Their Lives Around How would you feel if suddenly your life fell apart? What if you found yourself in prison, divorced, seriously ill, bankrupt, disabled, alone, addicted or any one of many other unthinkable disasters? Well, that is exactly the kind […]
Putting together a collaborative book is not easy. From experience I know that the only way you can make this work is to have a strong, resourceful editor. Kate Cobb, a Brit who has emigrated to France, is that editor. Orchestrating a team of 25 collaborators, using the internet to the full, Kate has […]