I have been writing since I was very young and now feel ready to start trying to make things happen. At first I began to write poetry, but because it very hard to get an anthology of poetry published, I’ll focus on getting my novels out there instead in order to establish myself and take it from there.

I have started many novels in the past, but never finished any of them because I always got bored, but now I know the importance of proper planning and choosing a story that will interest me, as well as the reader. Thrillers will be my genre of choice, but I hope to also write a romance novel one day, as well as a weight loss book some time in the future.

I’m going to be using this blog to keep a note of the highs and lows and ups and downs of writing my novels, sending them off to agents and eventually trying to find a publisher who support me from the very beginning until the very end. One day, I’ll look back, hold my published book in my hand and smile because all the pain will have been worthwhile.

Keep checking back for updates and feel free to leave friendly and constructive comments.

Thank you,

Dream Writer

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  1. August 5, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    I was hoping that you will be able to help us find new professional writers for our non-profit audio book section at peopletalk internet radio? We are looking for new short stories written by unknown authors which we hope to produce into audio books narrated by professional British actors.

    Peopletalk is a non-profit group, comprising of British trained actors, writers, producers and documentary makers who have combined their areas of expertise in order to provide a free internet audio book, anecdotal story and social history documentaries site.

    If you would like to check out our web site and give our details to any authors on your list who might be interested in our project please give them my details.

    Thank you for your help in this matter.
    Nigel Killick peopletalk Executive producer

    Please remember we are a non-profit group, our audience demographics shows us that half of our audience speak English as a second language, this part of our audience listens to our site to improve their understanding of the West, English literature and the culture, as well as for entertainment. So the stories have to be accessible, making their learning opportunities more achievable while being very entertaining and educational. The other half of our listeners are from the English speaking world, so we have to concentrate on giving them the highest standards of literature and audio books we can produce on our limited budget. It’s a difficult balancing act to get right but when we do it is so rewarding creatively.

    In the last two year we have had more than 500,000 downloads from more than 55 countries, Argentina, Austria, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Canada, Czech Repubic, Croatia (Hrvatska),Cyprus, Chile, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Estonia, Germany, Guatemala, Greece, Hong Kong, Japan, India, Israel, Italy, Kenya, North Korea, South Korea, Lithuania, Morocco, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Philippines, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Romania, Spain, Singapore, Solvak Republic. South Africa, Switzerland, Sweden, Syria, Netherlands, Norway, Russian Federation, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay, USA, Yugoslavia.A total of 55 countries in all world wide but our biggest audience is still the United States.

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