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About Angela Booth

Angela Booth is the author of many books, including one of the first business books for the Internet, Making the Internet Work for Your Business (Allen & Unwin), and the 21 Days series (Prentice Hall.)

Her copywriting clients include major corporations like hp (Hewlett Packard), WestPac Bank, and Acer Computer. She writes copy for businesses in industries ranging from technology and real estate to the jewelry trade.

She's a well-established professional blogger, marketer, and publisher, with lengthy expertise in these areas.

Angela ghostwrites both fiction and nonfiction articles and books for her clients.
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Visit Angela's Creativity Factory Blog for useful tips for entrepreneurs, marketers and writers.
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Angela's Blogs for Writers

Not only does Angela publish inspiring books and courses for writers, she offers free advice and instruction on her writing blogs. You can contact Angela via the blogs at any time, if you have something you'd like her to cover.
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Fab Freelance Writing Blog
The Fab Freelance Writing Blog is for writers who want to make money writing. We cover advice, tips, news, and much more.
Just Write a Book Blog
The Just Write a Book Blog is for... you guessed it, anyone who's writing a book, or who's considering it. Writing books is an adventure. Join us.
Angela Booth's Writing Blog
Angela Booth's Writing Blog has been published since 2004. Check out the archives. There's a mountain of useful advice for writers, both hobbyists and professionals.
Client Erik Kopp's comment on working with Angela: "I just wanted to say thank you for all your help and guidance. I have made more progress towards my goals in the months I have spent following your advice that I have made in the years that preceded."
From a subscriber: 97% of my incoming e-mail gets the magic 'Delete' button; but NOT Angela Booth. We love ya! Thanks! Bill Powelson

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