In the Mix

In the Mix #27. Vol 3 issue 14.

In the Mix. You can catch up with my regular series about (some) of my life and times in the International Music Industry between the pages of the Print and Online Magazine, The Writers’ and Readers’ Magazine.

Originally I wrote In the Mix for Creative Frontiers online magazine but it folded after a while and I was invited to contribute my music series to another online publication, The Writers’ Newsletter. This proved so successful that after a while the newsletter turned into a magazine and it became available in Print via Magazine Heaven, and for Kindle via Amazon -now it is also in Print.

During the pandemic (Covid-19) lockdown, it was decided to issue the magazine every two months. It is thicker as a result and very popular with readers as well as authors, poets, and article writers.

In the Mix is my regular feature where I write about all manner of things which I’ve experienced over the many years I managed – with my musician husband – international recording artists, singers, songwriters, record producers, and when we also facilitated the placement of music on to the soundtracks of TV programmes (series) and Movies.

Of course, names and some events have been disguised – I am not keen on horses heads in beds or concrete boots, but I manage to write about situations and experiences in spite of this

I’ve had a blast writing my articles and tripping down memory lane and I am told our readers enjoy the series as well. Do let me know or let Storm Grayson – the editor – know what you think.

The Writers’ and Readers’ Magazine has something for everyone, readers and writers. Discover new authors and poets, read interesting articles, and enjoy the magazine anytime. For Kindle and in print.

Have you got the latest copy of the magazine? Over 140 pages of short stories, travel tales, poetry, author interviews, and more with no adverts. Available from Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk or go to the links on the website for this and all other issues. www.thewritersandreadersmagazine.com

There is also a Junior edition of the magazine. If you have children who love to read and write, get them involved too.

Here is the cover for the new junior magazine. Vol 1. Issue 1 for Spring 2021.

Amazon Kindle and Print editions available.

www.thejuniorwritersandreadersmagazine.com

May be an image of 2 people, flower and text that says "Spring Issue 2021 ISSN 2753-9865 9865 Issue Vol. The Junior WRITERS and READERS' MAGA ZINE First Issue ofa Brand New Magazine for Junior Readers and Writers, Children and Young Adult Authors •Feature on •Writing Competition Quiz Pages .Short Stories Poetry Articles Author Interviews DREAMS&WISHES Suyyortin erlously DREAMS &WISHES chilotren A Charity Dedicated to Helping Seriously ill Children by Making Their Dreams & Wishes Come True"
Vol 1 issue 1

Here are the issues of the – adult – magazine to date. If you like what you see please visit Magazine Heaven for print copies, or Amazon to order your copies in print or for Kindle.

Back copies are available of The Writers’ and Readers’ Magazine from Amazon.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/The-Writers-Publishing-Company-UK/e/B08X4YRGJY

Vol 3 issue 15 In the Mix #28

Volume 2 issues, 7, 8, 9,10, 11, 12, 13

In the Mix #20. In the Mix #21. In the Mix #22. #In the Mix #23. in the Mix #24. In the Mix #25. #In the Mix #26.

Vol 2 issue 6 in the Mix #19. Also, my short story included.

Back copies are still available of The Writers’ Magazine.

Volume 1, issues 1,2,3,4,5

Issue 1 – In the Mix #14. Issue 2 – In the Mix #15. Issue 3 – In the Mix #16. Issue 4 – In the Mix #17. Issue 5 – In the Mix #18 plus my short story.

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