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NAC Non-Fiction Appointment
Progressing from the announcement below, we have great pleasure announcing Andrea Barton's appointment to NAC Non-fiction Editorial, where she will be focused on Adult works w.e.f. 1/05/2019.
For more information go to http://www.newauthorscollective.com/site/nac_executive. (190502)
Miles Hunt Joins NAC
We welcome Miles to NAC’s list of authors, with his fifth book since finishing an Arts/Law degree in 2007, a fascinating dystopian novel now completing NAC’s review process. Since gaining his degree Miles travelled extensively, studied philosophy, performed stand-up comedy and sketch shows at the Sydney and Adelaide Fringe Festivals, ran for the Senate in the Federal Parliament and worked as a lawyer. He recently moved into part time work to pursue a writing career. (190501)
Sebastian Handley's influential inside story of 'Brexit, How the Nobodies Beat the Somebodies' was the first non-fiction work sold by NAC.
As the number of such works represented by NAC grows our 'NAC Non-fiction' initiative aims to attract authors with strong public profiles, rich and varied experiences, stories to intrigue and entertain the world.
'NAC Non-fiction' will parallel 'NAC Fiction' and 'NAC Children', and in its early stages will be headed by CEO, Michael Cybulski.
Jenny Walsh & Lesley Hammond will now join Sebastian, relating many unique experiences over 30 years' world travel in pursuit of their ever-popular 32 natural history documentaries and, now, several feature films. Their planned book series for children will sit with NAC's children's works (DA Doraisamy's 'Action Series', Sarah East's 'Because You're You!', Steve Rogers 'Don't Pick Your Nose, Leo').
Update - the keenly anticipated follow up to Sebastian Handley's work on Brexit is on track to publishers May 2019. (190321)
Documentary Producers Join NAC's List
Internationally respected Australian film & TV producers Jenny Walsh and Lesley Hammond have joined NAC’s list, with a planned series of works covering their travels in pursuit of their documentary subjects across countries in six continents. Will Antarctica be next ....?! Watch this space! (190321)
Your Agent Does What?
Posted by Andrea Barton on joining New Authors Collective, her blog sets out her expectations - Five Reasons to Sign With a Literary Agent. Take a look .... (181206)
Andrea Barton Joins NAC
We are delighted to welcome Andrea Barton, author of adult and children's fiction, to New Authors Collective list. Repatriated to Melbourne, Australia after 13 years in Nigeria, USA and Qatar, her current project is a mystery series featuring an expat spouse. (181206)
Rhona Dunwoodie's 'It's All About Melinda' to be Published!
Olympia Publishers UK announces November 29th as publication date for this thought-provoking work dealing with teen bi-polar disorder. A fascinating story in its own right, we believe 'It's All About Melinda' will have great appeal as a schools' educational aid and reference work. (181115)
3rd in Series to be Published!
'Maddie and the King of Paradise', Bill East's third and final book in the Maddie series of psychological thrillers, is set to be published 15th November. For those who like to see girls get their own back, this series is for you. Order now to ensure you have the whole series in time for Christmas.(181101)
Michel Vimal du Monteil Joins NAC
Michel, a dual Australian/French citizen now living and writing at Emerald Beach NSW, recently joined NAC's growing list of authors. His engrossing Australian thriller, with its an original plot based around the northern Sydney beaches, southern NSW and FNQ is completing NAC's review process currently, and will soon be on its way to publishers. We have much pleasure welcoming Michel to NAC's list. (181025)
Published! 2nd of 5 in the Series
After 'Action Africa' comes 'Action India', the second of Denise Doraisamy's Action Series of five books, published early September. This will be followed before Christmas by the remainder of the series, for children 10-13 years age. Formal NSW launch was September 8th. (180904)
So, your book receives a great 'Review'?
The best way to get the good news 'out there' is to post the review, or a link to the review, on your own website, blog, Face Book page, Instagram etc. Then ask NAC to put a link to the review straight to the Review page on your site via your NAC Authors Page. (180818)
Books as Presents
Almost everyone loves a book so, for all your Christmas/Easter/summer holiday and/or Mothers/Fathers Day, children's birthday gift ideas for family and friends, contact NAC for suggestions of upcoming books from exciting NAC authors. (180816)
August Book of the month
This month's featured work is the totally absorbing 'Octet, Michael's Story in Eight Voices', the first adult fiction from rapidly emerging Western Australian author James Wieland. In joining ASP's list, Jim joins the many fine Australian writers of adult fiction published by Australian Scholarly Publishing/Arcadia, Melbourne. A book not to be missed, the perfect present for every discerning reader, every book club. Find 'Octet' at - Australian Scholarly Puplications (180816)
'Action Africa', the first in Denise Doraisamy's Action Series of five books for children 10-13 years age, was published August 1st, and will be followed by the four others over the next couple of months. Formal NSW launch is planned for September. (180809)
Jim Wieland's beautiful 'Octet, Michael's Story in Eight Voices' was officially 'published' August 2nd. Soft launch planned for Perth August 23rd, followed in coming months by presentations in other parts of Western Australia and New South Wales. Based in Cottesloe WA, Jim enjoys talking about his work, so why not invite him or Michael to address your book club or other social or services club? (180808)
NAC authors books, published and now available for sale, can all be found in the one place. With one click readers can buy the e-Book, paperback and hardcover versions of their work.
You will find this resource if you go to 'Our Authors', and select the 'Buy Books Here' option. (180719)
2 in 1 Day!
Jim Wieland's wonderful 'Octet, Michael's Story in Eight Voices' has been accepted for publishing by Australian Scholarly Publishing Pty Ltd, Melbourne. The work is now in pre-production, expected to be 'published in the Spring, September perhaps', on book shelves in time for Christmas. This is an impressive achievement, both for the author and for New Authors Collective - just take a look at the company of authors Jim now keeps http://www.scholarly.info/ ...! NAC will be most grateful if you feel able to support this talented author by ordering 'Octet' as a Christmas or birthday present for those close to you - and please don't forget to post strong reviews on Amazon or Kindle if you enjoy the work. (180531)
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