E-Book Revolution With Emily Craven

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Em Craven was first inspireto placepeto paperwhen she was 12, after she learnhefavourite author,Isobelle Carmody, begaher first novel at 14. Em finishedthe first draft oher fantasy antravel novel manuscriptswhile completing a Bachelor oScience (Space Scienceand Astrophysics) at the Universitof Adelaide.

For three years Emily has talked to experts from around the globe, including successful indie authors, publishers and the heads of online e-publishing giants. Concurrently she sought out expert mentors in the fields of internet marketing, social media and webinars, gathering all their combined knowledge and applying it to e-books, writing and the publishing industry. This research resulted in the E-Book RevolutioBlog where she talks about e-books and author marketing.
She has spoken on marketing and e-books for the Australian Society of Authors, If:Book Australia and the National Young Writers’ Festival in Newcastle. At this year’s Adelaide Writers’ Festival she created and facilitated Adelaide: Choose Your Own Adventure, a project run with If:Book Australia. This involved forming a team of writers to pen fictional choose-your-own-adventure-stories based in the Adelaide streets. These stories were accessed by scanning a QR code on posters located around the CBD with a smart phone to reveal the story. Currently she is blogging for If:Book Australia and Meanland and was invited as a guest blogger on Isobelle Carmody’s month long launch site for her e-book, Greylands.
Her non-fiction piece entitled “Insert Hope Here”, a reflective piece othdigitisation of books,was published ithe Australian literary magazine Voiceworks #84, ‘Pulp’. In the 2012 Aurealis Awards she was awarded the Kris Hemsbury Award for an emerging speculative fiction writer.For the last twelve months she has been mentored by world renowned fantasy author IsobelleCarmody, and is blogging about the lessons she learn athttp://theoriginalfantasy.blogspot.com.au.

Always striving to challenge herself, Emily wrote her first play (Jake’s Page) which was accepted into Urban Myth's Out of the Boot program (SA). The play was dramaturged by Caroline Reid, and produced in June 2012.

Emily is available for consultation, let her work through the strategies and tools you need to move forward with your e-book project. For more details please contact her on the email below.

Emily's non-fiction book E-Book Revolution: The Ultimate Guide To E-Book Success can be found my clicking here. Her fiction work, comedies set within Facebook, include The Grand Adventures of Madeline Cain: Photographer Extraordinaire (Click here for novel) and Jake's Page: A Short Story and Play (Click here for novel). Each are available for a discount if you pay with a tweet!

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MEmail: ebookrevolution (at) yahoo (dot) com