Britt Malka

When I was around five years old, I went with my father to work sometimes, and I always loved that they offered me a typewriter and paper.



That white paper... all those possibilities! A year or so later, my parents gave me a light-brown typewriter made out of plastic. One of those things that was made for children. With it I typed stories and fairy tales and used my imagination. Later I got a real typewriter (still not electric, though) and I kept typing. My biggest dream was to become a writer. High-school killed my imagination, but I discovered a new-found love for writing non-fiction. For several years, though, I almost didn't write. I worked in a bank for six month, studied medicine, worked in a supermarket, worked as a childminder, as a secretary and book keeper for a lawyer, before I finally dropped my day-job for good and started to write books. My books were non-fiction books, and they were published through a couple of Danish publishing houses. I also sold two short stories (out of the three I wrote) to two of the biggest Danish magazines. Until recently that was the only fiction I could boast about, because I struggled to write a novel. That's all over and done with, luckily. I grew up in Denmark (and Germany for 3 years), but in 2000 I left to live in France. We stayed there until June 2011, where my husband, son, cat, dog and I moved to Israel. When I write today, I have a view over the blue see, the blue sky and the ever-shining sun.

AAAC – Day 02

Hi again 🙂 Before I forget… I saw somebody in a Facebook group saying that she didn’t make sites for Amazon.com (only .de and some other), because she lived in Germany, and couldn’t have money transferred to her bank from Amazon.com. That’s so true. I used to ask for gift cards, back when I made …

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AAAC – Day 01

Okay, so this challenge is about improving our Amazon income in one way or another. It could be by getting more targeted traffic, or by increasing our conversion rate. You can participate in this challenge if you have a blog, or even if you’re building Squidoo lenses. Some things might work a bit differently, though. …

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