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Harriet Smart is both an author and co-founder, with her husband, of a software company called Anthemion. As a writer Harriet is known for her historical fiction notably the Northminster Series.
Harriet has used her experience of the challenges of writing multi character fiction to help shape the development of a software product called Writers Cafe. Her move into publishing in ebook format led to another product emerging called Jutoh which makes the process of turning a manuscript into an ebook much more straightforward.
Harriet talks about becoming a writer, the origins and growth of the software tools she helped shape, her thoughts and approaches to publishing in ebook format and the advantages of publishing digitally. With helpful insights on understanding the market and sharing the news of a new book this is a must listen for any author considering moving into the digital publishing field.
Date Recorded: April 2020
Date Published: April 2020
Harriet Smart is both an author and co-founder of a software company. As a writer Harriet is known for her historical fiction notably the Northminster Series
The software company she co founded with her husband is called Anthemion and has two writer specific products namely Writers Cafe, which is a writers project management and writing tool, and Jutoh which makes it easy to turn a manuscript into a published ebook format.
Harriet talks about becoming a writer, her thoughts and approaches to publishing in ebook format, and the origins and growth of the software tools she helped shape.
- Getting in to writing
- Writing tools - Writers Cafe Jutoh
- The advantages of ebooks
- Understanding your market
- Letting the world know.
Interviewee: Harriet Smart
Host: Tim Wright: Tim Wright is co founder of twintangibles a Scottish based management consultancy and an advisor at XpoNorth Digital
Resources / Articles mentioned in the podcast:
The Alliance of Independent Authors
Harriet Smart Books on Amazon
Harriet Smart Website