Reno Charlton
Reno Charlton is a British children's author and professional copywriter. She has been writing on a professional basis since 2003 and, in addition to creating content for clients around the world, she has also written a number of fantasy/horror books for children and early teens. Her books, which are available through Amazon in Kindle and paperback format, include:

The Secret Portal

The Vampire Returns (Secret Portal II)

The Sceptre of Zanafiar

Reno was born and bred in the West Midlands, England, where she still lives with her two cats, Amber and Smudge. She does voluntary fundraising for animal rescue charities whenever she is able to and she once spent eight weeks on a reality TV show, Building the Dream on ITV1. She is also a big fan of fantasy and horror, with her all time favourite author being Stephen King.

You can learn more about Reno and her work at

Entries by Reno Charlton

The Importance of Online Reputation Management for Small Businesses

(1) Comments | Posted 16 August 2013 | (16:57)

Having a good digital footprint for your small business is absolutely essential in the modern age of information technology. Your company's digital footprint basically refers to your online reputation. Whether you are aware of it or not, your business, along with the hundreds of thousands of others out there, has...

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Why Use Accountants to Prepare Your Business Taxes?

(0) Comments | Posted 12 August 2013 | (18:18)

Every year when the time to file tax returns rolls around, many businesses find themselves knee deep in chaos as they try to crunch numbers, locate paperwork, and get everything ready, prepared and filed by the deadline. This can be a stressful period for both small and larger businesses, particularly...

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Businesses Need to Think Small When It Comes to Marketing

(0) Comments | Posted 29 July 2013 | (16:03)

These days, businesses really tend to be on the ball when it comes to digital marketing methods. A growing number of companies in all sectors have come to realise that an online presence and online marketing are vital to their success. But are some businesses missing out on the benefits...

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Is Facebook Inviting Trouble By Expanding Its Betting Operations?

(0) Comments | Posted 26 July 2013 | (14:39)

Over recent years, social networking giant Facebook has become a truly global phenomenon. Many of us now use the site on a daily basis for networking with friends, updating statuses, uploading photos, and general entertainment. However, the social network has made it clear that it wants to branch out into...

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Midsize Businesses Should Make More Use of Cloud Solutions

(3) Comments | Posted 23 July 2013 | (06:40)

Technology has come a long way over recent years with advancements in areas such as broadband, data accessing solutions, and IT benefiting consumers and businesses. However, despite these advancements it seems that many businesses in the UK are continuing to miss out on the benefits due to failure to deploy...

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New Start-up Businesses Booming in Tech City

(0) Comments | Posted 17 July 2013 | (10:48)

London's Tech City, which is in the EC1V postcode, has become the UK hub for new start-up businesses. Recently released figures have shown that more than 15,000 new businesses were created in the area in the past year, which was higher than any other area within the UK.

Tech City's...

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Light at the End of the Tunnel for First Time Buyers?

(0) Comments | Posted 3 July 2013 | (22:48)

For the past few years, many potential first time buyers hoping to climb onto the first rung of the property ladder have faced huge hurdles. For some, the cost of purchasing a home has been way too high while for others the difficult financial climate has made it impossible to...

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UK's Online Gambling Industry Breaks £2 Billion Barrier

(0) Comments | Posted 20 June 2013 | (17:08)

Over recent years, online gambling has become an increasingly popular and common form of entertainment, with many people joining up to online casino, bingo, and poker sites. In fact, recently released figures have revealed that in 2012 the online gambling industry was worth more than £2 billion, which is pretty...

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Soaring Obesity Levels Spur People into Action

(0) Comments | Posted 15 June 2013 | (11:45)

Over the past two or three decades, obesity levels amongst both adults and children in countries such as the UK and the USA have soared. In an age of fast living and fast food, poor diet and lack of exercise have contributed to obesity levels tripling in some areas over...

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Sufferers Losing Sleep Due to Pain

(0) Comments | Posted 5 June 2013 | (20:44)

The results of a recent study have shown how many people suffering from rheumatoid arthritis are losing sleep as a result of their pain and discomfort. The lack of sleep that many sufferers of this condition experience is having a profound impact on quality of life, the ability to focus,...

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Women More Prone to Mental Health Problems Than Men

(1) Comments | Posted 30 May 2013 | (22:26)

In a recent report, the University of Oxford's Professor Daniel Freeman said that the pressures of daily life have taken their toll on the mental health of women. He claims that psychological disorders are between 20 and 40 percent more common in women, who are under increasing pressure to look...

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Is the Economic Climate Causing a Rise in Addiction?

(0) Comments | Posted 17 May 2013 | (16:28)

For many people, the abuse of alcohol, substances, and illegal drugs can be fuelled by a variety of life events. Financial problems, relationship problems, and work related issues are all common factors that can lead to a person reaching breaking point and turning to substances or alcohol. This is the...

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Authors: Promoting Your Free Book Promo

(4) Comments | Posted 29 May 2012 | (00:00)

As most indie authors already know, one of the hardest things to do when it comes to getting your book and career off the ground is to get people to notice your work. Writing is not the most difficult part for most indie authors - after all, their writing passion...

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Consider Working From Home as a Freelance Writer

(3) Comments | Posted 14 May 2012 | (00:00)

Although they tend to work mostly behind the scenes, you probably see the work of copywriters every day, whether it is in print media, online, on TV or whether you hear it on the radio.

Copywriters are people who are creative and dedicated to their work, utilising their research...

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Indie Publishing: The Way Forward For Authors and Readers

(9) Comments | Posted 9 April 2012 | (00:00)

Harry Potter - it's a name that we all know and love; one that has changed the face of modern children's literature and reengaged children with reading once again. However, like many other authors, the great J.K. Rowling did not have a particularly easy time trying to get her work...

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