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Self-Publishing is hard but it doesn’t need to be. I did it – so can you.

Self-Publishing is hard but it doesn’t need to be. I did it – so can you.

Self-publishing a book is hard work, mostly because it’s so bloody scary – …. which is why I joined Self-Publishing School to launch Destination Dachshund. And, even within that great community of writers and the helpful course modules it was still scary. For several reasons there were still many unknown factors in the publishing process: The course was mainly geared toward standard non-fiction, It was mainly geared to the American market, and as such not all the course worked for…

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99cent promotion for Destination Dachshund!

99cent promotion for Destination Dachshund!

  Get Amazon best seller ‘Destination Dachshund: Three Months, Three Generations & Sixty Dachshunds’  for only $0.99 cents Offer ends Monday 3rd October 2017 Click to buy Amazon Kobo Barnes & Noble NOOK Apple iBooks Scribe Google Play Books Inktera / Page Foundry     BONUS – it now includes a bonus FREE companion read for Destination Dachshund with almost 100 pages of photos, maps, travel hints, links, highlights, and a deleted scene. Get your free PDF HERE Lisa ♥   Read all…

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Spotlight on Destination Dachshund – Live author interview on Facebook!

Spotlight on Destination Dachshund – Live author interview on Facebook!

  A few months ago I came across a fantastic Facebook group called We Love Memoirs and this Sunday 11th September they will be featuring Destination Dachshund Three Months, Three Generations & Sixty Dachshunds on their Sunday Spotlight and live interview! We Love Memoirs: A place for readers and authors to discuss free, discounted and just plain excellent memoirs.  Do you love reading memoir and love receiving news about free or discounted ebooks. Become a member of the group HERE and join my…

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Pawsome Books About Dogs on #NationalDogDay

Pawsome Books About Dogs on #NationalDogDay

National Dog Day is all about our furry friends, the woofy kind. It is a day to celebrate dogs, no matter what their breed, to bring some attention to how many dogs need to be rescued each year, to honour the many brave doggies that help save lives and keep people safe, and bring comfort to so many people world-wide. In my house EVERY DAY is all about dogs. (Yes, I do have a husband and teenage children too!) But…

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Destination Dachshund widely available for purchase = Happy author!

Destination Dachshund widely available for purchase = Happy author!

I just found Destination Dachshund in another book shop and I am very excited about it! Thank you Tea House Books in Denmark Western Australia! It is also widely available in print and eBook at the following retailers: Available in print at the following Australian book retailers: Megalong Books, Leura Tea House Books  Booktopia Dymocks Penrith Book Depository Readings Boomerang Books Bookworld Print USA Retailers: Amazon Barnes & Noble ebook Retailers: Amazon Barnes & Noble Nook Apple iBooks Kobo Google…

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Readers’ Favorite #5Star Reviews for Destination Dachshund #ReadersFavorite

Readers’ Favorite #5Star Reviews for Destination Dachshund #ReadersFavorite

I am really pleased to share that I have received the Readers’ Favorite 5 Star seal and three wonderful reviews for Destination Dachshund: Three Months, Three Generations & Sixty Dachshunds. Reviewed By Tracy Slowiak for Readers’ Favorite In a simply delightful memoir penned by author Lisa Fleetwood, Destination Dachshund: A Travel Memoir – Three Months, Three Generations and Sixty Dachshunds, readers will be treated to a fun, funny, heartwarming and even an educational retelling of the travels of the Fleetwood…

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2016 Koala Awards: (Kids Own Australian Literature Awards) #mustread list of great Aussie children’s books! #AusLitLove

2016 Koala Awards: (Kids Own Australian Literature Awards) #mustread list of great Aussie children’s books! #AusLitLove

I’ve just come across The Koala Awards (Kids Own Australian Literature Awards). Their main goal: ‘KOALA seeks to provide children a voice within the general Australian children’s book industry.’ How good is that? The winners are announced on Thursday, 3rd November, 2016 at Blackheath Public School, NSW. Good luck to all those nominated! KOALA is a non-profit organisation run by volunteers (teacher/librarians, public librarians, teachers, publishers and other supporters of children’s literature). Every year, young readers from all over New South…

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