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About Jeff Clulow
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Jeff is a British-Australian author with a passion for mythology and haunted love stories. His fiction might be classed as magic realism, as dark fiction, even horror. Jeff doesn’t know what it is. Only that it’s got something to do with mystery, with myth, and the notion that the old gods still walk among us.
Jeff is also co-author of the business novel 'The Wentworth Prospect'.
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The issue is guest-edited by Tim Hawken.
Featuring fiction, non-fiction and poetry by Fiona L Renton, Naomi Hatchman, John Grey, Jane Brown, Jeff Clulow, Emma Nayfie, Jacqui Greaves, Erol Engin, Melanie Harding-Shaw, Claire Fitzpatrick, Geraldine Borella, PS Cottier, Geneve Flynn, Ron Schroer, Deborah Sheldon, Liz Simrajh, Louise Zedda-Sampson, Tabatha Wood, Martin Livings, Rebecca Fraser, Bronwyn Todd, Erin Munzunberger, Greg Chapman, Pauline Yates, & Tim Hawken.
Midnight Echo 16 showcases the talent of some of Australasia's most exciting authors of dark fiction and non-fiction working today.
Once upon a time, there lived a Big, Bad Wolf. He blew down the houses of swine; stole from little girls visiting their grandmothers; led others on a journey to their destinations. Maybe the wolf wasn’t so big or bad. Maybe the canine saved the damsel from an abusive relationship or protected the lands from those that would destroy it.
Find twisted fairy tales centered around the majestic creature in New Tales of Old Volume 2, featuring over 45 indie authors from all over the globe to give their own spin on what really went down with the Big, Bad Wolves.
Originally from Raven & Drake Publishing, this re-release of New Tales of Old volume 1 comes just in time for the all-new continuation of the series from Black Ink Fiction.
It's part novel, part 'how-to', and it's everything you need to know about selling to big business.
The Wentworth Prospect takes a deep dive into the high-stakes world of complex business-to-business selling. The story follows the fortunes of Sue Novak, a fledgling sales consultant, as she struggles to land the deal of her career. Her path to success is strewn with adversaries, corporate intrigue, power-plays and hidden agendas.
Sue feels out of her depth. But she has an edge: a mysterious journal written by her dead mentor. The journal reveals a radical new sales framework named EDVANCE. Can Sue apply its wisdom in a real-life scenario? Can it guide her to success with The Wentworth Prospect?
The novel comes with free access to an online companion that explains and explores the process and methods featured in the story. It's an invaluable reference for the modern salesperson, offering practical solutions for many real-world issues and challenges. It includes:
- A detailed look at the EDVANCE framework
- A free, downloadable card-based system for pin-pointing Stakeholder Archetypes
- A guide to mapping these Stakeholders, identifying their motivations and understanding their genuine levels of influence
- Guiding Stakeholders towards consensus
- Gaining early involvement in the Buyer's Journey
- Building your personal brand
- Guiding your customer to the solution they genuinely need, not the solution they think they want
- Harnessing the power of storytelling
- Getting the customer to 'sell themselves' on your offering
The Wentworth Prospect is far more than just a good story.
It's everything you need to know about landing the big deal.
In Black Ink Fiction’s “Fantasy on Four Feet,” you'll be enthralled and shown exactly why we have a love for the four-footed creatures, thanks to these nine gifted authors:
- Aveline Pérez de Vera
- Clare Rhoden
- Clint Foster
- Eugen Bacon
- Jeff Clulow
- Leanbh Pearson
- McKenzie Richardson
- Nat Whiston
- Tim Law