CArtsCon 2021 - A GREAT SUCCESS
I was delighted to be involved in Canterbury's prestigious Arts Conference hosted by Warnborough College this year. The college, founded in 1973, offers a range of accredited vocational courses, degree pathways, and language studies, working with academic and vocational partners around the world. They also offer course creation, validation and certification services and are well worth checking out.
I had the opportunity to meet the college President, Dr Brendan D. Tempest-Mogg, and his Vice-President Dr Julian Ng, who had been nothing but supportive and welcoming since my first contact. I found the whole event very enjoyable and only wish I could have attended to listen to other speakers. As it was Dr Ng honoured me, by allowing me to take first slot in the Indie Author's Café. I read a scene from What If? my latest novel and it appeared well received.
Latest novel What if?
29th May 2021
All novels now available via Waterstones.
CAROL M. SALTER WINS FAVERSHAM EYE WRITING COMPETITION 2020.
From Inspiration to Reality
After 10 years of trying to get traditional agents and publishers interested in my work I've decided life is too short to wait for fate.
Being an avid Science Fiction and Fantasy reader, I know there is no fate except that which we make. So, I'm going ahead and creating some of my own.
Join me, as I travel through the trials and tribulations of being published without any experience or knowledge just stubborn determination to see it through before Mr Pratchett's Death catches up with me.
You can purchase my work in Kindle format on Amazon.
Hard copies can be ordered via Waterstones and all good Bookstores
You can also purchase hard copies of my novels on my EStore via this site.
I deliver to anywhere in the world.
I am available for a book signing at any event/retail outlet.
Happy to attend as guest speaker on all aspects of writing and publishing.
INTERVIEWS & PODCASTS
Jan 2019 Read my interview with Blurban. HERE
2018 Listen to Carol's Podcast at Margate Bookie HERE
25th April 2017 Listen to the podcast including Carol Salter's work on Channel Radio HERE