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Influence of Writers in my Internship Experience

For this week’s blog post, I have been asked to write about the role of the writer in my internship, and whether I have had any contact with other writers during my internship. Given that my internship is actually working with an independent writer, I would say that yes, I absolutely have had contact with other writers, both the author, and also with other journalists and book reviewers.
My author/supervisor is Kay Hardy Campbell, author of Caravan of Brides, a Novel of Saudi Arabia. Kay is simply amazing on every level. Caravan of Brides is her first novel, but you would never know it from the work she puts into promoting her book. She is either an incredibly quick study who has learned from others how to promote your book as an indie author, or she has an intuitive sense of what needs to be done to be successful.
One of the reasons why Kay is doing so well with her book is because she was a subject matter expert on life in the Middle East long before she decided to write this excellen…

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