Carole Baldock has worked as an editor, publisher and writer
for quite a long time now, judging competitions
(eg: Haddon, Cambridge; Poetry by the Lake, Orta [twice]);
providing critiques; running workshops; organizing literary events:
New York, London, Paris –
‘Everyone said they’d come again which is, of course, the best feedback.’
(workshop for Cheshire County Council)
‘A triumph – you were brilliant’ (Dea Parkin, for Chorley & District Writers’ Circle)
‘A great success… Carole informed and entertained our students.’
(Abegail Morley, Benenden School)
OK, you’ve finished it, so now what?
An informal way of finding out everything you need to know about writing (probably), once you know how – where, when, what, who, why…
The A to Y of Getting into Print
Anything at Any level to help You succeed:
magazines; via competitions; collections; books
The way to publication is paved with good intentions…
and because the best way is to set off in the right direction,
make sure you have the right information
Editor of Orbis International Literary Journal,
one of very few publications which provides proofs.
(Mentoring and Critique Service; currently booked up
but you are welcome to request details for future reference)
‘This is the poem I meant to write. Thank you so much.’ (UK)
‘I’m so impressed by the painstaking care you’ve devoted to my poem; your suggestions are the sort of thing a good workshop session would provide.’ (Ireland)
‘Your editorial expertise has been invaluable for improving my work’ (New York)
‘Wow – I thought it was all finished but you have made it so much better.’
And Editor of Kudos,
formerly Competitions Bulletin: www.kudoswritingcompetitions.com
And an author: Making Money from Writing
A second hand copy from Amazon could cost you as much as 25 quid…
But it can be yours for just a fiver, emailed as an updated pdf file.
How to Succeed as a Single Parent;
How to Raise Confident Children
(‘a wonderful book for those struggling with a little tornado’)
All half price, also £5, plus £1 p+p
Carole is also involved in marketing and publicity: one book from an American publisher has sold over 35,000 copies.
She has had a wide range of writing published home and abroad:
news items; reviews for The Stage, Whatsonstage, BBC, etc;
features in national newspapers and magazines.