Mallory Kent PA #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I am a 35 year old secretary from Vancouver, WA (USA). I enjoy reading, crafting and spending time with those people who are important in my life.

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How long have you been a PA?

I started PA work in April of 2019

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Have you always wanted to be a PA?

No, I didn’t really know what a PA did honestly. I was just asked to work for some authors one day and I enjoy helping them so I jumped on it. I would have done it for free to be honest but they wouldn’t let me. Haha.

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What do you do as a PA?

I always have a hard time with this questions because I don’t really know the line between what is actual PA work and what I am doing for fun. Lol. I keep the calendar for Takeovers, sign then up for events, handle tasks that they need me too, sometimes I make graphics, find teasers, I promote their books and manage their groups… I do a lot of the tasks that would keep them from writing basically.

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Do you have any quirks while working?

I don’t think so?

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope everyone realizes how awesome my authors are and love them as much as I do. Yea, I’m talking about you, Kendra Moreno, K.A. Knight and Poppy Woods, you talented bishes.

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Do you have any advice for new PA’s?

Make friends in the PA community, ask loads of questions, ask for help and always remember that you and your authors are a team, what is good for them is good for you.

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Are you available for new work or booked solid.

I am not taking on any full time authors at the moment but I do offer some of my services on their own and an author could PM me anytime to see what those services are.

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Nichol Smith PA #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

Well, I am a single mother of two small humans. I’m an avid reader, and one of the co-owners of BBB publishings & PA Services.

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How long have you been a PA?

I have been a PA for about a year and five months.

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Have you always wanted to be a PA?

Not really, I kinda fell into it by accident and fell in love with it.

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What do you do as a PA?

I think the better question is what don’t I do. lol Nah, since I partnered up with Sosha Ann. I do websites, newsletters, formatting, proofreading & editing, running anthologies, and graphics.

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Do you have any quirks while working?

Nothing that I’ve noticed. I do tend to cuss a lot in my head when what I’m working on don’ wanna turn out the way I picture it. lol

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What are your hopes for the future?

I just hope that we will still be able to help the community. I love that we can do and help the way that we can.

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Do you have any advice for new PA’s?

My advice for new PAs would be always be nice, and never be afraid to message another PA and ask questions. I woulda never made it as far as I have without the guidance of others.

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Are you available for new work or booked solid?

We are adding clients still, we actually have an amazing sale going on right now.


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Sosha Ann PA #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I’m a single mum from Scotland. I have three little demons and a fur baby. I’ve been apart of the RH community for about 4 years.

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Have you always wanted to be a PA?

I honestly never thought it was possible. I started as an arc reader and realized early on that I loved the community and wanted to be apart of it. I had been an unofficial PA for about a year. Then I met Lacey and my life changed.

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How lone have you been a PA?

I have been a PA for two and a half years.

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What do you do as a PA?

My job is to help. I run my authors social media, keep there groups active, promote their books, look for arc and beta readers, put out newsletters, run parties and takeovers, post giveaways things like that. We do whatever the author needs so they can focus on writing.

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Do you have any quirks while working?

I would say no but my partner Nichol would say I do. I like to plan each author has their own notebook and doc. Everything I’m doing or planning is down in my notebook. I also have this weird thing where I stress about what games to post will the readers like them, will the group be active.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope to still be a PA and apart of this community. I would love for the publishing company me and my partner are running to be a success and I just started taking a class to become a literary agent so I would love to have completed that also.

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Do you have any advice for new PA’s?

Work together, building relationships with other PA’s will make things easier. Don’t be afraid to ask for advice or help. When I started I had three PA’s who helped me a lot. With out Jamie, Erin and Missy I wouldn’t be here. Also having a good relationship with your author helps I can honestly say my authors are like my family I love them so much. And last I would say enjoy it yes this is a job and you will have a lot to do but you can also have a lot of fun too.

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Are you available for new work or booked solid?

We are running a few sales at the moment and have availability for two authors.

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PA – Editor Dani Black #interview

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Tell us a bit about yourself

I am currently a stay at home mom. I have 6 kids, 2 of my own and 4 stepchildren. I love to read. When I am in a book slump I try to beat my own records of reading. HP in under 19 hours. GoT in about 36. I am a PA, editor, and make some graphics. I live on energy drinks, aka jet fuel. And believe pineapple belongs in drinks, not pizza.

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How long have you been a PA and editor?

I have been a PA for about 3 months. An editor for 2. But I worked for the government where I edited letters, memos, orders, and requests for about 6 years.

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Have you always wanted to be a PA or editor?

I have not. Although it is a good fit for me, being a PA, because I like making people’s lives easier.

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What do you do as a PA? As an editor?

As a PA, I find, schedule, and run takeovers. I manage ARC and BETA groups. I promo the books. I look for NL swaps. As an editor, I try to make the authors books look and feel pretty. I make things flow and be consistent.

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Dani animated the cover.

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Do you have any quirks while working?

I have to have energy drinks and usually chips, unless my kids steal those. When I edit I listen to loud music in my headphones.

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What are your hopes for the future?

I hope to expand my services and do more for my authors, PA wise. As an editor, I hope to one day be in a major publishing house.

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Do you have any advice for new PA’s or editors?

For PAs, be friendly and outgoing. For editors, be confident and consistent. For both, don’t be scared to ask for help!

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Are you available for new work or booked solid?

I am pretty booked for PA, but would try to help someone out if they really needed it. Editing, I will always take a book, negotiate the price, and keep my week guarantee.

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I don’t have any links, but I have two logos. I made the phoenix and Mallory Kent made me the eye.

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