New editor for DIY Magazine

EasyDIY, a quarterly niche magazine catering for do-it-yourself enthusiasts, announces its new editor, Marianne Malone.
“My two great loves – DIY and magazines – have finally found a place together. I am thrilled to be able to grow EasyDIY as it is both useful and stylish,” said Malone.
She adds that DIY is not only about saving money but also offersa huge sense of achievement, especially when one accomplishes something they never thought possible. “The magazine has step-by-step guides on how to complete projects – whether these are easy, medium or difficult. Importantly, the DIYer can boast numerous new skills that can be used at work or personally.”
Sandra Gordon of Wag the Dog Publishers, owner of EasyDIY, explains that finding an editor for the magazine was challenging, but “considering Marianne is highly organised and detailed and boasts an impressive magazine work history, we know we have the right person.”
Malone (28) has fulfilled managing and editing roles on the MultiChoice account at New Media Publishing and South Africa’s biggest jewellery and luxury Shine (bagged with Fair Lady magazine). She has also freelanced as a writer and subeditor for various customer titles including Mango’s inflight magazine, Juice, Toyota Zone and Automobil.
EasyDIY is aimed at people interested in attempting DIY, but put off by some of the complicated ideas and projects they have come across. The magazine is packed with easy-to-follow instructions for clever home decorating, repairs and home improvement jobs ranging from easy to difficult for the more seasoned DIYer.
Buy your copy of EasyDIY for R34.50 at various Builders Warehouse, CNA, Checkers, Pick n Pay and Exclusive Book stores around the country. The edition, as usual, will be packed with useful and interesting projects that will involve building, refurbishing and creating.
Notably, your copy of EasyDIY can always be referred to with the content proving consistently useful.

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