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On Time Typing, Editing and Proofreading publications

We produce books ‘from go to whoa’: i.e., from manuscript (and/or spoken word) stage, through editing and design, to printed self-published book stage. 

The following publications have been fully or partly produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, owner and manager of On Time Typing, Editing and Proofreading (OTTEP)). (Sally-Anne also previously owned Peewee Press, no longer registered.)

Sally-Anne has produced most of the below books from spoken word, or typed or handwritten manuscript, to self-published printed book stage. Genres include memoir, poetry, short stories (fiction and non-fiction), essays, or a combination of these (e.g. a memoir that includes poems).

  1. The Dark Door. Author: Shirley Reynolds, 2021. 32 pp. Produced, edited and designed by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Memoir: poems and stories based on the author’s own experiences. Themes: the darker things in life. (C) Shirley Reynolds 2021.
  2. Bright Lights. Author (written and oral): Shirley Reynolds, 2021. 120 pp. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Edited,  designed and proofread by OTTEP. A collection of fiction and memoir stories and poems about the author’s own experiences. Theme: animals, nature, family. (C) Shirley Reynolds 2021.
  3. Their lives, their times. Author: Tony Taylor, 2021. 400 pp. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Edited,  designed and proofread by OTTEP. A rollicking history of the various branches of the McCaughey, Taylor, Rantzen, Meyer, Leverson and Green families. (C) Tony Taylor 2021.
  4. Hold your head up high. Author (written + oral): Garry Chippindall (dec), 2021. 452 pp.  Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Scribed, edited, designed and proofread by OTTEP. Self-published in hardcopy by the author’s daughter Sally Barlee. Themes include childhood in the bush (Australia) 1950s-60s, Vietnam War, PTSD, family and love. (C) Sally Barlee 2021.
  5. Hope unfeathered. Author: Kate Erlenbusch, 2020. Produced by Kate Erlenbusch. Cover by Kate Noseda. Editing and design inside pages by OTTEP. Collection of poems based on the poet’s own experiences. Themes include faith, doubt, hope and self-acceptance. ISBN -97806-4879-6909. Barcode 9 780648 796909. (C) Kate Erlenbusch 2020. Available at Booktopia.
  6. My Story. Author (written + oral): Shirley Reynolds, 2020. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Scribed, edited, designed and proofread by OTTEP. Self-published in hardcopy by Shirley Reynolds. Memoir about the author’s childhood and early adulthood in New Zealand and life in the underworld in Australia. Themes include childhood, family, bipolar disorder, violence, and love. (C) Shirley Reynolds 2020.
  7. A life: I am what I am, Author (written + oral): Joan Sammon, 2019. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Edited, designed and proofread by OTTEP. Self-published in hardcopy by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). Themes:  child sexual abuse, mental illness, life as a gay woman, and laughter as the best medicine. ISBN -13:978-1-921216-02-2. Barcode 9 781921 216022. (C) Joan Sammon 2019.
  8. Riding the bumps with a grin… At Crib Point! History of the Mornington Peninsula Magpies. Author: Michael Cusick, 2019. 400 pp. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP.  Edited, designed and proofread by On Time Typing (now OTTEP). Self-published by Michael Cusick, Crib Point Football and Netball Club. ISBN -13:978-0-646-80244-2. (C) Michael Cusick 2019.
  9. Jakman vs the evil space dudes. Author: Jak Kane, 2017. Illustrations, text, design and production by Jak Kane. What happens when Jakman is confronted by the evil space dudes? Self-published in hardcopy by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). (C)  Jak Kane 2017.
  10. 100-Up – From Here to Here – Trafalgar Bowls Club Inc 1915 – 2015. Compilers: Joanne Savige and Graham J Hill, 2015. Edited and produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Edited and designed by OTTEP). Proofread by Trafalgar Bowls Club (TBC). Self-published by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). ISBN: -13:978-1-921216-01-5. (C)  Trafalgar Bowls Club Inc. 2015.
  11. Rocket Power. Author: Evie Watson. 2011. Poems and design by Evie Watson. Cover design by Darren Kane. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP.  A compilation of 17 poems by about tree ferns, rockets, Darwin, caterpillars, bats and more. Self-published by Peewee Press (now OTTEP)/Evie Watson. (C) Evie Watson 2011.
  12. Sharing our Stories – Territory Women 2005 – 2006. Authors (oral histories) by 7 Territorian women, 2005-06. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, OTTEP. Recorded/scribed by Sally-Anne in Darwin. Compiled by Sally-Anne Watson Kane and Susan Foster, 2006.  Sponsored by YWCA of Darwin Inc. Self-published by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). ISBN 1-921216-00-X. (C) YWCA 2006.
  13. Flitter-Squeak. Author: Sally-Anne Watson Kane, 2003. What happens when Flitter the bird and Squeak the bush-mouse fall into adventure together? Self-published by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). (C) Sally-Anne Watson Kane 2003.
  14. Buibere: Lian Feto Timor Lorosa’e Nian, vol. 2 (in Tetun language).  22 oral histories including additional information recorded/scribed in Timor Leste in 2001. Compiler: Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Editors: Sally-Anne, Rosalia Soares and Manuela Leong Pereira.  Oral histories of 22 East Timorese women recorded in 1999 and 2001. ISBN 0_646_41719_3. (C) Fokupers 2001.
  15. Health and nutrition in Coleato Leotelo according to the people of Coleato Leotelo. Authors: Sally-Anne Watson Kane, and oral histories by the Chief and community leaders of Coleato Leotelo, Ermera District, East Timor, 2001. Sally-Anne scribed the oral testimonies in Tetun then wrote and edited this report. Self-published by ETISC. Presented to World Food Organisation and World Health Organisation in East Timor in 2001 by Sally-Anne. (C) ETISC 2001.
  16. Ekka’s Journey. Author: Sally-Anne Watson Kane, 2000. Ekka is newly hatched and trying to find out who and what he is. Self-published by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). (C) Sally-Anne Watson Kane 2000.
  17. Buibere: Voice of East Timorese Women, vol. 1. 22 oral histories, recorded/scribed in Timor Leste in 1998. Compiler: Sally-Anne Watson Kane (under pseudonym ‘Rebecca Winters’). Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Sally-Anne worked closely with Timorese translators to scribe their translations of the testimonies into English; and compiled and edited this  English language publication. Introduction by Bishop Belo, who was later awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. ISBN 0_9577329_3_7. (C) ETISC 1999.
  18. East Timor Interviews Recorded November 1998. 11 oral histories recorded/scribed in Timor Leste in 2001. Produced by Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Compiled by Sally-Anne Watson [Kane] (as pseudonym ‘Rebecca Winters’). Sally-Anne recorded 11 interviews in Tetun and Portuguese; worked closely with Timorese translators to scribe their translations of the testimonies into English; and edited this  English language publication. Self-published by ETISC 2001. (C) ETISC 2001.
  19. The Mermaid’s Tale. Author: Sally-Anne Watson Kane, 1997. A story of life and love under the deep, blue sea. Self-published by Peewee Press (now OTTEP). (C) Sally-Anne Watson Kane 1997.
  20. Children of the Resistance. Author: Sally-Anne Watson Kane (under the pseudonym ‘Rebecca Winters and Brian Kelly’), based on oral histories recorded/scribed by Sally-Anne in Timor Leste in 1996. Designed by Sally-Anne Watson Kane and Martin Goreing. Produced by AFFET. Creative non-fiction articles based on Sally-Anne’s experiences and oral histories  recorded in Timor Leste in 1996. Self-published by AFFET. ISBN 0_646_30388_0. (C) AFFET 2006.

For queries about any of the above publications, please Contact us and we will answer your request or refer you to the copyright owner/s.

Currently in production/current projects (ongoing into 2022):

  • another family history book by Tony Taylor; to be self-published 2022.
  • Sally-Anne is part of a small group of poets working on an anthology of poetry to be self-published in 2022.
  • Sally-Anne is in the early stages of producing self-published memoirs for two different clients.

Authored by Sally-Anne Watson Kane

Articles
Books (also listed above)
  • Flitter-Squeak, 2003. Text and illustrations by Sally-Anne Watson Kane, On Time Typing. Published by Peewee Press (OTTEP).
  • Ekka’s Journey, 2000. Text and illustrations by Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Published by Peewee Press (OTTEP).
  • The Mermaid’s Tale, 1998. Text and illustrations by Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Published by Peewee Press (OTTEP).
  • Children of the Resistance1996, by Sally-Anne Watson Kane (under the pseudonyms ‘Rebecca Winters and Brian Kelly’). ISBN 0_646_30388_0. Copyright AFFET. Self-publishing assistance and coordination by Martin Goreing, Sally-Anne and AFFET members. Sally-Anne recorded interviews and her experiences over one month travelling in East Timor in 1996, then scribed, wrote and edited this collection of creative non-fiction stories. Self-published by AFFET.
  • The Caracol, 1995, by Sally-Anne Watson [Kane]. Copyright Sally-Anne Watson Kane. Creative non-fiction narrative based in Central America. Unpublished.

Self-publishing services

On Time Typing, Editing and Proofreading produces self-published books for  authors and organisations. We provide typing, editing, proofreading, graphic design and production services. We can produce the publication from spoken word or handwritten manuscript to self-published stage (hardcopy books or e-books), including planning, budgets, collaboration, editing, proofreading, graphic design, liaison with printer, obtaining ISBN. We do not provide marketing services. For more information, go to: Editing, proofreading, self-publishing

Sally-Anne Watson Kane established On Time Typing (now On Time Typing, Editing and Proofreading) in 2002. We offer scribing, writing, editing, proofreading, self-publishing and transcription services to clients across Australia. For more information, go to: About Us.


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