Knox Box of Miscellany

Dawn Knox – A rearranger of words into something hopefully meaningful…

14th April 2021
by Dawnknox
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Self-Publishing Advice by Paul Burridge

Paul Burridge of Publishing Buddy designed the cover art for ‘The Future Brokers‘ and prepared the manuscript for uploading to Kindle Direct Publishing. Here, Paul shares some self-publishing advice (For the purposes of this article the term self-publishing, will refer … Continue reading

20th January 2021
by Dawnknox
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Kissing Frogs and Other Quirky FairyTales

Kissing Frogs and Other Quirky Fairy Tales – One good thing which has come about during the restrictions of the COVID-19 pandemic has been that despite living thousands of miles from Hawaii, I have joined a Hawaiian book club. And … Continue reading

26th November 2020
by Dawnknox
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Meet Babs and Deirdre

An introduction to Babs and Deirdre. My latest book, THE MACAROON CHRONICLES, which is published by Chapeltown Books, is out now and you can find a copy of paperback or Kindle, here, on Amazon . Read more about the book … Continue reading

25th November 2020
by Dawnknox
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Meet Gideon Guttle the Pig Spy

An introduction to Gideon Guttle the Pig Spy. My latest book, THE MACAROON CHRONICLES, which is published by Chapeltown Books, is now out and you can find a copy of paperback or Kindle, here, on Amazon . Read the first … Continue reading

24th November 2020
by Dawnknox
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Meet Colin the Lemur

An introduction to Colin the Lemur. My latest book, THE MACAROON CHRONICLES, which is published by Chapeltown Books, is now out and you can find a copy of paperback or Kindle, here, on Amazon . Read the first chapter and … Continue reading

23rd November 2020
by Dawnknox
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Spotlight on Author, Allison Symes

Spotlight on author, Allison Symes. Allison Symes and I have been friends for some time, having met at one of the Christmas launches of ‘The Best of CafeLit’ book. We usually meet up regularly at one of the Bridge House … Continue reading