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Something About Me and My Book:
As Santel e-Publishing I offer a multi-faceted eBook service that works with authors to develop and deliver their creative content in digital format for Amazon’s Kindle, Apple’s iBook, Barnes & Noble’s Nook, and many other popular mobile devices and e-readers –as well as for Print on Demand (POD) paperback editions. My focus is on quality, service, personal attention, and satisfaction. I can also guide you on your way to becoming an Amazon “Best Seller”.

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At 4:21pm on September 3, 2014, said…

Hi Judith, I have just joined this site and not had much time to get into it, but I was drawn to your profile because I, too, live in New Zealand - Taupo.   I have written my autobiography which is selling well here - there was a write up in the Greypower magazine which has resulted in a number of sales and I have given six talks locally.  There will be a sequel.   My first attempt came out in digital format as Scuppering the Boat and then as My Brother My Enemy - which was re-edited by Chris Birt who wrote All the Commissioners Men (Crewe Murders).   One of the people name in the book now lives on the Hibiscus Coast - beautiful place.

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