Our First Newsletter
Welcome to our newsletter!
We’ll never send more than one every two weeks. Our announcements will usually come out once a month to let you know what is coming up and who is involved in which project. We have a lot going on and everyone wants to know about it.
This fantastic novel is another out of the park story by this author.
S. A. Baker pushes the envelope in his Winterbourne collection of books.
The novel is a “Through the Looking Glass” adult urban fantasy novel with an amazing loop of events. A joy to read and pleasure to publish. We’re very happy to present this novel for your enjoyment.
Read more about Faun Song!
Those in the know understand the talent needed to come up with great stories and wonderful artwork for children stories. When an author has both the ability to come up with a story and create their own artwork, that’s a miracle.
Seong-min is a fantastic story teller and amazing artist. Her latest release, Bear’s Dancing Shoes, is now available to purchase. This is a perfect book for your child’s bedtime reading. It flows nicely and teaches children about the power of friendship.
Read more about Bear’s Dancing Shoes!
The Goodman Curse by Johan Thompson
Burnt Breathren by Johan Thompson
I, Animal by Keven Del Principe
Broken Star by Kim Kerr
The Elmnas Chronicles by Kaylena Radcliff
Blue Fuzzy Chair by S. A. Baker
We’re giving away something special in the next newsletter, a sample of S. A. Baker’s writing.
Several months ago, S. A. Baker wrote a small piece called Somewhere Beyond the Fire, a short Winterbourne story. We’ve gone over it with him and it is in the final stages of editing. We want to give you a copy for free! If you subscribe to our newsletter you’ll get a free epub of it to read and share with your friends.
This will be a free download for you with a link included in our newsletter at the end of January.
Creating the first draft of your novel is difficult to say the least, but it is one of the easiest parts of writing. After you’ve completed this, there’s the rewrites you’ll need to go through. But that’s not the end of it. Each writer needs to have people to help them out because you can only rewrite your own work so many times until it no longer works for you.
Take the time to find a good critique group, be it online or in person, and share your work with them. You’ll be surprised what type of information you’ll get out of such an exchange with other writers. You could find plot issues with their work and they could do the same for you. Then, with that information, you can make a tighter manuscript that will be closer to being accepted for publication.
The publisher and staff of DAOwen Publications thank you for letting us be a part of your world.
Publisher / Managing Editor
Where Words Entertain