Young persons guide to technical authors

The Department for Education is writing a national careers guide to IT-related jobs, and has asked Cherryleaf to introduce them to a young technical author who would be happy to feature in the book. The guide explains what is involved in their day-to-day work, and is used nationally in careers services, colleges and libraries.

Invitation to a networking event

Celebrate the long summer evenings and take the opportunity to network with your fellow authors in a relaxed environment. Many of us work on our own and don’t have the opportunity to share our ideas, thoughts and problems, or make contact with other authors. Cherryleaf invites you to a networking evening to enable you to… Read more »

Ghostblogging – Who you gonna call?

No time to learn the skills of blogging? No time to post content on a regular basis? The answer is Ghostblogging – writing and posting content on your behalf. We can create a Corporate Blog as part or outside of your Web site, and then employ one of our writers to update it. We work… Read more »

PhD on Single Sourcing

We were asked by a PhD student in technical communication at Oklahoma State University this week if she could include some of our articles and findings on single sourcing in her dissertation. She is looking into whether native English readers and non-native English readers comprehend single-sourced English-language documents differently. We look forward to reading about… Read more »

Book – Winning by sharing

Leon Benjamin is launching a book called “Winning by Sharing“. It is about the dramatic changes in the nature of work, the emergence of the network economy and its implications for corporations, employees and portfolio workers. It describes the emergence of extensive, global networks of people who want to work and conduct business in completely… Read more »