Jennifer Mosher - IndieMosh Author of books for children, business, communication
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Jennifer Mosher

Jennifer Mosher

genres: books for children, business, communication

I belong to the first cohort of Australian editors to have passed the IPEd Accreditation Exam (2008). However, over the past few years I have focused on developing MoshPit Publishing and IndieMosh, to help Australian writers reach a wider market. Sadly, I no longer have time to edit, but I still love helping people bring their books to life.

I've learnt a lot along the way and am still learning - change is the only constant in life!

Technology, painting, papier mache, family and friends, family history, travel and walking along the beach (I live in the mountains, so the beach is special!) are what I live for. But I work because I enjoy seeing books come to life - either in print or as ebooks. If it means someone is reading, then it's a good day.

Books by Jennifer Mosher

Self publishing for Australian authors: What you need to have, know and do (Indiemosh Getting Started Guide) 2nd 2019 ed. Edition

Self publishing for Australian authors: What you need to have, know and do (Indiemosh Getting Started Guide) 2nd 2019 ed. Edition

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Are you an Australian? Are you writing a book? How are you going to publish?

This book summarises editor and IndieMosh founder Jennifer Mosher's learnings over the last decade and explores the many things you need to consider if you wish to venture down the self publishing path in Australia. Find out about ISBNs, print on demand, ebooks, formatting, editing, royalties and more.

2019 Revised edition.

Format your book for print with MS Word®

Format your book for print with MS Word®

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In Format your book for print with MS Word, IndieMosh founder Jennifer Mosher introduces the aspiring self publisher to the wonders of Word’s Styles function. The exercises in the book illustrate a range of things the author can do quite easily to make their work appear neater and more readable.

Please note that this book was written with Word for Windows in mind. However, advanced Word for Mac users may still be able to find some value in this guide.

Self publishing for Australian authors: What you need to have, know and do

Self publishing for Australian authors: What you need to have, know and do

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Originally published in 2016 - the links above will take you to the 2019 revised edition:

Are you an Australian? Are you writing a book? How are you going to publish?

This book summarises editor and IndieMosh founder Jennifer Mosher's learnings and explores the many things you need to consider if you wish to venture down the self publishing path in Australia.

Find out about ISBNs, print on demand, ebooks, formatting, editing, royalties and more.

Simple Rules for Effective Business Communication

Simple Rules for Effective Business Communication

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A short, straightforward guide to effective business communication. What to consider, what to avoid, in 10 easy-to-follow steps. Written by Jennifer Mosher, IPEd (Australian Institute of Professional Editors) Accredited Editor, this little guide will open your eyes to the many ways we communicate and how useful or dangerous they can be to a business. Updated April 2018.

'Sneeze and Yawn' as a two-in-one print book

'Sneeze and Yawn' as a two-in-one print book

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Max is a 'ranga' - a red-haired little boy who yawns and (almost) sneezes his way through life. During the course of a day, Max passes his yawn around to the kids at pre-school, to his pre-school teacher, to the ear, nose and throat doctor, to Mum and Dad, and finally it returns to Max at bedtime.

During the course of a week, Max can't sneeze. His nose is irritated with hayfever and allergies of all sorts, but no matter how hard his sneeze builds up, it just won't happen. Follow Max around all week as he helps Grandpa saw wood, plays in the park with Dad, smells cousin Suzy's perfume, and realises he's allergic to Aunt Jane's cat and the fluffy chickens at pre-school. But when he picks some flowers out of the garden for Mum ... that's when it all comes home to roost!

Where did the Sneeze Go?

Where did the Sneeze Go?

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During the course of a week, Max can't sneeze. His nose is irritated with hayfever and allergies of all sorts, but no matter how hard his sneeze builds up, it just won't happen. Follow Max around all week as he helps Grandpa saw wood, plays in the park with Dad, smells cousin Suzy's perfume, and realises he's allergic to Aunt Jane's cat and the fluffy chickens at pre-school. But when he picks some flowers out of the garden for Mum ... that's when it all comes home to roost!

Who Caught the Yawn?

Who Caught the Yawn?

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Who's caught Max's yawn? Spend a day with Max as he passes on his contagious yawn. From pre-school to the doctor's office and even Mum and Dad, Max's yawn just keeps on catching-even the cat catches it!

 

 

 

 

 

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