Toni Graeme is a self published author and avid reader living in Victoria, BC. She was in middle and senior government work but since retiring as turned to writing, self publishing and distributing three books;
* Women Who Lived and Loved, pub 2000, out of print and due to PayPal complications it is not available online
* The Father of Canadian Art-Thomas Mower Martin, pub 2009 available in print from the author
* Success Manual for Self Published Authors, pub 2014 due to PayPal problems not online but is
available in print from Toni
Each book has its own page here, please visit them to see more about them.
Toni facilitated a self published authors group for several years helping others perfect their skills, achieve success.
She still mentors writers for their writing and marketing.
Toni has travelled quite extensively and has a blog with stories of her adventures.
This is home to Toni Graeme's three self-published books and a bit more. Just started in June 2015 so there is a long way to go with constant additions from viewers and myself.
There is an information and tips page for writers. Please feel free to pass this website URL along to others you think may
be interested and send me an email your questions.
Readers suggestions may be posted from time to time, you can use the submitform on the contact page to share with other writers - seriously or in humour.
Writers can support each other in the development of writing skills, offer to review someone's book or share publicity and distribution ideas appropriate to the genre.
There were more self published books printed in 2008 than those printed by traditional publishing houses.
On the Writer's Information page there is a list of self-published authors who are now famous. Many like Charles Dickens had their works published in tabloids or magazines, some published later in a book, but they were not considered self-published.
Virginia Wolff and her husband formed their own publishing company to get her works out into the world.
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