I’m a published author!

It’s a red-letter day in the history of the Belshaw clan. Although our publishers didn’t tell us it was imminent, Nick Dennis* and I have finally had the first of a series published:

Oh, wait, you didn’t think it was a book, did you? Come on… this is 2008 – it’s digital, baby! :-p

*Nick’s finally started his blogging journey. Spur him on by commenting on his first post, please!


About Doug Belshaw

Husband, father, teacher, researcher, doctor (edu), speaker, leader, swimmer, camomile tea drinker. Currently at @Mozilla working on @Webmaker and #webliteracy.

24 comments:

  1. Aww is it not like an amazon boiok where you get a free snippet when you ‘see inside’?

    Well congratulations on being published

  2. Aww is it not like an amazon boiok where you get a free snippet when you 'see inside'?Well congratulations on being published

  3. Lisa, it’s a CD-ROM that accompanies the series of Key Stage 3 History textbooks. The author’s names are on the temporary mock-up, but Nick and I will (should!) have our names on the final product. :-)

  4. Lisa, it's a CD-ROM that accompanies the series of Key Stage 3 History textbooks. The author's names are on the temporary mock-up, but Nick and I will (should!) have our names on the final product. :-)

  5. Those sessions around the ‘thinking zone’ (aka the bar) at SHP have paid dividends – good work you two! And with Mr L, Mr M and others all busy with isbn-output its been a heck of a year for such an unruly mob… Laurent Perrier rose best be on ice for the Friday evening I hope…

    1. Yes Don – we should absolutely thank those in the
      Schoolhistory.co.ukcommunity as we have borrowed quite a few ideas! It
      should hopefully spread
      some good resources and ways of approaching the topics. Thanks very much for
      your input: look forward to some more time in the ‘thinking zone’ at this
      year’s SHP Conference! :-)

  6. Those sessions around the 'thinking zone' (aka the bar) at SHP have paid dividends – good work you two! And with Mr L, Mr M and others all busy with isbn-output its been a heck of a year for such an unruly mob… Laurent Perrier rose best be on ice for the Friday evening I hope…

  7. Yes Don – we should absolutely thank those in theSchoolhistory.co.ukcommunity as we have borrowed quite a few ideas! Itshould hopefully spreadsome good resources and ways of approaching the topics. Thanks very much foryour input: look forward to some more time in the 'thinking zone' at thisyear's SHP Conference! :-)

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