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HOW TO ORGANISE A POETRY COLLECTION MANUSCRIPT

By Linda Cull • July 1st, 2020

Do you have poems you’ve written in a notebook or on loose paper, in a drawer or box? Or typed and saved on a computer. Perhaps, from years ago, or more recently.  Lately, you’ve been thinking about how you’d like to organise your poems into a collection for publication. Yes, your very own poetry book. But where to start? Organising a poetry collection is a big task but I’ll showRead more…

GETTING STARTED AS A SPIRITUAL AUTHOR

By Linda Cull • March 17th, 2017

You may think the starting point of becoming a spiritual author is with the writing of your spiritual book, however, in a truer sense, what runs parallel to or following the writing process is what makes you an author. A writer writes and an author is a business. The writer is private and the author is public. Therefore, aside from writing your spiritual book, there are lots of other thingsRead more…

PARANORMAL AUTHOR BARBARA PARKS: PART 2

By Linda Cull • August 5th, 2016

This is Part 2 of an interview with paranormal author Barbara Parks. To read Part 1, click here. Barbara is a natural medium and as a teenager, she lived through some truly terrifying events. In her twenties and thirties, she established a successful podiatry practice. However, Barbara’s connection with spirit was never broken, and in her late thirties, she wrote her fascinating memoir, In the Presence of Spirits. Barbara’s story andRead more…

PARANORMAL AUTHOR BARBARA PARKS: PART 1

By Linda Cull • July 30th, 2016

Barbara Parks is an author of paranormal books. She is a natural medium, microbiologist, and podiatrist, living in Kalamunda, Western Australia with her husband and three children. As a child, Barbara’s spiritual experiences seemed natural and sometimes even comforting. However, they were often terrifying. As a teenager, Barbara was traumatised by poltergeist activity in her family home. In spite of this, she went on to excel academically and spent her twentiesRead more…