About Kit Carstairs

Kit Carstairs has background in book and magazine publishing, academic research, marketing and broadcasting. She has almost a decade of experience working with a wide variety of content including: fiction (adult and children’s), general non-fiction (craft, gardening, home improvement, general DIY, food titles, natural history, general reference, photography) as well as working with corporate (marketing and sales material, business reviews and papers) and academic content (research publications and thesis). Having worked both as a freelance editor and as an in-house editor and project manager in publishing, Kit has a comprehensive understanding of the importance of content development and the need for authors to be proactive in developing manuscripts that represent their full potential. As well as providing manuscript assessments Kit is also able to offer her editing and proofing services (POA) as well as fast and accurate transcribing services (POA). Contact Kit to discuss these services in more detail. Kit lives and works in the inspirational surroundings of the Blue Mountains, in Australia's New South Wales.

Children’s Publishing: Creative Kids’ Tales

Georgie Donaghey is the founder, editor and author of Creative Kids Tales; a one-stop shop for emerging children’s authors and illustrators. It provides an opportunity to create or expand children’s authors and illustrators online presence and start building a community of supporters. Georgie is also a published author of children’s … Read More

10 quick questions with Kath Engebretson…

  Kath Engebretson, author of Red Dirt Odyssey, answers 10 quick questions for us… Read Kath’s full interview about her first novel and the writing process here. #1 What’s your favourite book? The one that sticks in my mind is Edith Wharton’s The House of Mirth. It’s the story of a … Read More

Author Interview – Kath Engebretson

  ABOUT THE AUTHOR… Let’s start with hearing more about you… Well, I wanted to write fiction from the time I was a teenager. I remember my friend and I talking about what we’d do after we left school, and I told her I wanted to be a writer. I … Read More