Therapist: “Repeat after me: I am not my business. I am not my violin. I am not my book.”
The indie publisher was founded in 2009 starting with the Solar Wind series, the brilliant YA books by Colonialist, and “Almost Dead in Suburbia” by Douglas Pearce, also known as Arkenaten.
We have grown from 5 to a few dozen products including books, multimedia such as CDs, DVDs with book inserts for little ones, and sheet music. We take submissions periodically when we’ve dealt with current submissions. P’kaboo experiments quite a bit with social network marketing, including our Facebook group, short story contests, Facebook “like” competitions and so on. Read here for a bit of an insight post :-).
Because some of our readers and writers are not YA or kiddies and would prefer some “stronger” stuff, we started Honeymead Books. Our other work load currently has the site a bit quiet, but this situation should resolve some time soon.
Of less interest to my blogfriends but my bread-and-butter.
So if you are in Pretoria, drop in! If you have or know children (or adults) who would like to learn violin, viola or guitar, send them!
I’ve been writing stories since I was a child… (none of those early ones is on P’kaboo.)
Recently rediscovered my author interview on Smashwords (it’s pre-packaged questions but I thought they are very nice questions, quite answerable!).
Current books that are available: