Good to see that Pam has published this new book in electronic format as well as hard copy.
So, that’s one piece of good news.
On this day Pam has opened for business by offering writing courses at her new site Writefor.
You will see there how Pam has spotted that few if any courses address the unwritten – people who want to write but need guidance and support to begin. Writefor is now the place for people who aspire to write, buthave not found the right beginning to their own story.
We’re pleased to see how Pam makes good use of video on her site. Her clips provide very good illustrations of the points that Deryn Pittar made in a recent post about her experiments with video.
(Pam has some good stories about how she managed to get the cue cards in the right place during the filming)
So, that’s another piece of good news.
Pam has agreed to write an ‘Ask Pam’ post for Creative Frontiers each month.
She will answer a question posed her by writers who seek her advice about improving their writing craft.
First one starts tomorrow, so come back and see what she says.
(Teaser: it’s about ideas).
So, that’s a third piece of good news.
We nearly forgot to mention our e-zine Six of the Best. Six great stories by Pam and five of her writing friends. First issue already out (for a nominal sum) and second issue out next week.
So, head on over to the Kindle store and clickaway.