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Carole Gaudet
Fiction for middle grade and YA. Storyteller for higher ed/energy/sustainable/B2B. Tagline poet.
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Carole Gaudet has shared their blog The Mindful Work Project
Mar 4, 2017
One of my favorite parts of the various writers' conferences I attend regularly are the industry panels, where insiders offer their take on the state of things--current trends and forecasts for the near future. I wasn't lucky enough to attend Digital Book World, SCBWI, or any other conference this past... Continue reading
Posted Mar 4, 2017 at They Still Want Stories
The BolognaRagazzi Digital Award, given annually, helps to draw attention to the best in digital books and apps for kids. I’ve found the coverage of the award over the past couple of years to be a treasure trove of ideas and inspiration for anyone looking to create something in this... Continue reading
Posted Mar 2, 2017 at They Still Want Stories
As an ebook avoider who is more likely to thumb through an auto parts catalogue than actually look at an ebook, I realized that the first thing I had to do in exploring the world of digital literature was to get straight on what I’m talking about. I needed some... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2017 at They Still Want Stories
You may notice (ahem) that there is a wee time gap in this blog. When I started blogging several years back, I was working on the manuscript of my first novel. I wanted to be a part of the ongoing conversation around books and publishing in the kid lit world.... Continue reading
Posted Feb 24, 2017 at They Still Want Stories
This blog is all about the Gutenberg moment that many (like me) believe we’re in the middle of. This “point in time that dramatically changes the way we read and publish, much like the day Johannes Gutenberg rebuilt a Rhine Valley wine press in the mid fifteenth century to bring... Continue reading
Posted Sep 26, 2012 at They Still Want Stories
We’ve been talking about Matt Dixon’s book, The Challenger Sale: Taking Control of the Customer Conversation. Dixon was featured recently on the Harvard Business Review Ideacast, talking about his HBR article, “The End of Solution Sales”. He talks about why... Continue reading
We’ve been talking about the death of “solution sales” and the rise of “insight sales.” Matt Dixon, director of Corporate Executive Board and the coauthor of the HBR article “The End of Solution Sales” talked about this recently on the... Continue reading
I just discovered the Harvard Business Review Ideacast, featuring “breakthrough ideas and commentary from the leading thinkers in business and management.” It’s worth checking out. I’ve been struck by the focus on topics like mindfulness and “slow thinking”. That alone... Continue reading
So you and your marketing team are trying to figure out how you can use social media – particularly that behemoth that is Facebook – to get closer to your customers. You’ve built your Facebook page, and you’re waiting for... Continue reading
Utilities should ask 5 questions about their organizations before jumping in to use of social media. Continue reading
Utilities should start experimenting with social media -- if not to start tweeting and Facebooking, then at least to listen to what customers are saying. Continue reading
Digital books will be able to a previously unheard-of level of story immersion, with multiple points of view and interactivity. Continue reading
Posted Jul 9, 2012 at They Still Want Stories
Utilities beginning to use social media should keep their content relatable, digestible and transparent. Continue reading
In the not-so-distant future, some say publishers will have to have specific reasons for printing books on paper. Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2012 at They Still Want Stories
Writers of ebooks should start thinking about digital enhancements early in the writing process. Continue reading
Posted Jun 25, 2012 at They Still Want Stories
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Mar 15, 2010