Eventually we plan to grow into offering full, traditional representation of authors – in particular for new authors. However, we believe in walking before running.
Therefore we will be starting out by offering various author services à la carte, adding more services as we grow until eventually we work into traditional representation.
Tanya has a long history of being an avid reader, right since kindergarten, with an exemplary eye for attention to detail. She is the Publisher of the online digital media Gateway Gazette. She has 20 years of background in writing, graphic design and website design. Tanya is a social media guru within multiple platforms and has a strong background in technology. She is also a published author of The Elves of Eytherfel series under the pen name of Tanya Jones.
Tanya is a single mother of two teens, three cats, one dog and a rabbit. Her interests (besides reading and writing) include playing the piano, riding horses and spending time with family and friends.
Pam started her working career in England proof reading documents and blueprints for the Government Post Office as a Civil Servant.
She immigrated to Canada in 1968 and spent 4 years teaching in Thompson, Manitoba and Calgary, Alberta. Whilst in Thompson, she also worked as a freelance journalist for the local newspaper.
Whilst raising her young family, she worked afternoons for McKinnon, Allen Farm and Ranch Management as their Librarian.
In the last 40 years Pam has been engaged in a variety of occupations including, business ownership, narrative report writing and real estate.
In 2004, her daughter founded the Gateway Gazette and Pam became her Editor-in-Chief, writing many articles of local community interest and editing other columnists’ work.
Pam has two children, five grandchildren and her interests are reading, horses and dogs.
Tracey Walshaw graduated from Southern Alberta Institute of Technology in Calgary with a diploma in Library Sciences.
Her first employment was as the Librarian for the Sheep River Library in Black Diamond, where she remained for twenty-four years.
After retiring as a Librarian, Tracey followed a life-long dream and began working for the Gateway Gazette, which at that time was a bi-weekly Community Newspaper. After the Gazette transitioned to an online media she transitioned to their copy department, finding, editing, writing and proof-reading all articles included on their website.
Tracey is married, owns two beautiful little dogs and enjoys camping in their 5th Wheel RV.