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Gregory A. Kompes is the author of the bestselling 50 Fabulous Gay-Friendly Places to Live, and the Writer's Series that includes The Endorsement Quest, So, You Wanna be a Writer, and Should You Write an Ebook. He is also a contributing author to Chopped Liver for the Gentle Spirit, Chopped Liver for the Kindred Spirit, The Complete Writer's Journal, and Writer's Bloc. Gregory is editor of Queer Collection: Prose & Poetry 2007 and The Fabulist Flash, an informative newsletter for writers, and The Eighteen Questions, a Q&A series that collects and shares the experiences of published authors. Gregory holds a Bachelor of Arts in English Literature from Columbia University, New York, a certificate in Online Teaching and Learning, and a Masters of Science in Education from California State University, East Bay. He's currently pursuing his Ph.D. at Capella University.
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The Fabulist Flash #210

This was a social week. I was invited to a swanky book release party. The book was the annual Las Vegas Business Press' Book of Lists. The party was held at one of the new $1M+ home developments in the valley. The house was, to say the very least, incredible. I've added it to my wish list! The party, with great food and beverages, was great fun. It was nice to hob-knob with the Vegas literary and business elite. It also provides an idea for future book release events, why not take advantage of… Continue

Posted on January 22, 2009 at 1:00pm

The Fabulist Flash #209

I went to San Diego last weekend to hear Esther Hicks/Abraham speak. It was a thrill. Plus, I had two glorious days of driving. I returned home filled with new ideas and inspiration.



As I continue to edit my NaNoWriMo novel, I’ve found myself thinking about a sequel. So, this week I got back to my 2000 word-a-day habit. It feels good to be pounding at the keyboard again!



With the recent release of Patchwork Path: Grandma’s Choice, I’ve gotten to visit my friends at the… Continue

Posted on January 15, 2009 at 8:56am

Fabulist Flash 208

Most weeks there's some news, but this week's news is huge! The speaker catalog I co-founded, Presenters & Programs, has been mailed out to 30,000 meeting and event planners. It's so exciting to know that something I helped create will be seen by so many people in short order. Even better, knowing that I'll be feeling this same sense of excitement in another year when the 2010 version of the catalog goes out. If you'd like to see our handy work, check out the high resolution PDF version at:… Continue

Posted on January 8, 2009 at 12:55pm

Fabulist Flash #207

Happy New Year!



I always begin a new year with anticipation. I know that there will be many new experiences and projects to look forward to and that prospect is thrilling.



The big news this week is that I picked up the first printing of Patchwork Path: Grandma's Choice. It's a lovely first volume for this series. One of my favorite things in life is going to the post office to ship off books that have been ordered. The trip this week was no exception. It felt great to wait… Continue

Posted on January 1, 2009 at 9:33am

This Week 206

This Week 206



Happy Holidays!



It's been another exciting week. Patchwork Path: Grandma's Choice, the first of the new Patchwork Path series, has been printed. Instead of waiting for freight shipment, I'll be driving down to our California printer on Monday to pick up the books. We had a fun mailing party this week where, along with a group of friends, we stuffed, labeled, and stamped about 800 envelopes for both a wholesale and retail mailing campaign.



The… Continue

Posted on December 25, 2008 at 9:30am

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At 5:42am on August 4, 2009, DragonCub said…
Good Day !
Hope so you will be fine. If you get some time then do visit my website http://www.dragoncub.com/books

DragonCub.com is a brand new online bookstore and gives you a plat form to promote and sell your work easily.

I will be happy if you add your book(s) there.

Looking forward.

At 9:48pm on July 14, 2009, Freya R said…
Hi Gregory

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At 3:19pm on October 26, 2008, Aidana WillowRaven said…
I'm so excited!

Check out my latest blog post to read about my newest cover design, read the latest book review and find out how to attend my first book signing for the JGDS (Junior Geography Detective Squad) children's mystery state book series (signing as illustrator of course).

Here is the cover for the second book in the series just to tempt you further...


Isn't my job cool?

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IM: willowraven.illustration
At 1:00pm on July 31, 2007, Cheril Vendetti said…
Hey,

wattttttttttsssssss up?

cheril
At 8:27pm on July 24, 2007, david b mclaughlin said…
Please help me name my book (if you have not already)!

Vote here:
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Thanks in advance,
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http://www.davidbmclaughlin.com
At 11:52pm on July 19, 2007, Gregory A. Kompes said…
Thanks, Mark. Wish I could say it's mine, but it's not. It is fun to be part of this annual project though.

Gregory
At 11:25pm on July 19, 2007, Mark David Gerson said…
Love the Chopped Liver concept!

Mark David
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At 10:52am on July 8, 2007, Gregory A. Kompes said…
Hey Kathleen,

Glad you're on board, too!

Gregory
At 10:10am on July 8, 2007, Kathleen Shaputis said…
Hey, best-selling author!
Have you seen Cheril Vendetti's page?? She's here and popping out all over. I'm taking a copy of her book "Mistress of the Mob" with me to the PNWA conference this month.

Kathleen
 
 
 

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