SMP Update!

Hello friends What a month May is turning out to be! Some amazing opportunities have made their way to our wee corner of the world, and we have some exciting news to share. Firstly, SMP was asked if they would like a promotion to be featured on Instagram. Since that is where we generate theContinue reading “SMP Update!”

From My Perspective

The old & new covers of Mirabelle. I remember being so green when it came to being a new author. Even though I had an internationally known Publishing House behind me, there really wasn’t alot of advice or direction given, in order for me to flourish. It was difficult, watching people alongside me, relishing inContinue reading “From My Perspective”

February Update!

Well, we are into February now; the kids were back at school, and Mum (me) was going to have the time to get refocused on writing and publishing! And then Lockdown Level Three happened for us in the Auckland Region 😦 Never mind, I had homeschooled my two daughters for five years, so having SirContinue reading “February Update!”

Merry Christmas 🎅 🤶

And so, the Christmas season is well and truly here! 🎄🎊🎁 Whilst we are still able to process orders for the next week, we will be taking a hiatus as of this Friday 18th, and will return in the second week of January. It has been an incredible year for us at SparkleMoon Publishing, andContinue reading “Merry Christmas 🎅 🤶”

Our Authors

A prolific writer in her own right, Jo Dawson hails from a small North Island town of Wellsford. Raised on a dairy farm, Jo takes much inspiration from having grown up surrounded by classical and historical fiction. Blessed with a vivid imagination, as a youngster, Jo was bosom buddies with Anne Shirley of ‘Green Gables’;Continue reading “Our Authors”

And off we go!

Hello and welcome to the very first blog from SparkleMoon Publishing. I’m glad you’ve found us 🙂 Today is a triumphant day, with myself having just sent everything off to the printers, for a mid July release of our first book. How utterly exciting and completely exhausting. Between being the proofreader, editor, designer, author, spellContinue reading “And off we go!”