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The Foster Factory by David Learmont.

An elderly couple become foster carers in their mid-sixties. Witty, acerbic, sardonic, sad and hilarious. Paperback, kindle and nook book. Stylish writing with an elegant turn of phrase. A non-fiction book with two intrepid oldies.

Added by David Aitken on July 5, 2015 at 7:44am — No Comments

New short stories published

Dear Friends,


A new story is online, "Verbal Sumo." Click the link below.



Added by Joe Giordano on July 5, 2015 at 5:57am — No Comments

Top 10 Book Marketing Blog Posts

Here are the top 10 book marketing blog posts from this website and a few other related sites . . .

Top 10 Book Marketing Posts Book Publicity Is Not a Two-Week Event

The Essence of Book Marketing: Making Real Friends —…


Added by John Kremer on July 4, 2015 at 5:19pm — No Comments

The Roads Dead End by Jennifer Robins


The Roads Dead End by Jennifer Robins

Clark and his wife Ginger head out from their apartment in a suburb in Arizona for a week’s vacation to a resort in the desert. They expect to find…


Added by Jennifer Robins on July 4, 2015 at 2:45pm — No Comments

Cold Coffee Press Book Review For The Roads Dead End by Jennifer Robins


The Roads Dead End by Jennifer Robins

Clark and his wife Ginger head out from their apartment in a suburb in Arizona for a week’s vacation to a resort in the desert. They expect to find…


Added by Cold Coffee Cafe on July 4, 2015 at 2:38pm — No Comments

Rampage: A Jason Scarsdale Novel by Alan Brenham

NEW RELEASE - Another…


Added by Susan Keefe on July 4, 2015 at 4:26am — No Comments

Pinterest Rocks! Drive Targeted Visitors to Your Book or Website for Free

The replay for the webinar called: Drive 138,546 Targeted Visitors to Your Kindle Book (Or Any Other Website) for Free Using Pinterest and Social Graphhics.

Watch it here -

Note: This webinar is for novelists, memoirists, poets, nonfiction book authors, Kindle authors, or anyone with content to share (and…


Added by John Kremer on July 3, 2015 at 4:54pm — 2 Comments

THE AUTHORS WORDS: Characters Gone Mad Addition~

Listen here! ~

Check Out Books Podcasts at Blog Talk Radio with WorldOfInkNetwork on BlogTalkRadio…

Added by J. D. Holiday on July 3, 2015 at 10:41am — No Comments

Book Excerpt

Read a sample from my latest book, The Tithing Herd--an exciting Western set in Mormon country in the 1890s.

Added by J. R. Lindermuth on July 3, 2015 at 9:23am — No Comments

How to Write a Killer Prologue and Epilogue

The prologue and epilogue are two extremely vital components of writing a book. An exceptional prologue is important because it is an introduction to readers of what's to come. If the prologue is not well written, a reader might have no interest in reading any further. An epilogue is similar to a conclusion and can be…


Added by Tanisha Williams on July 3, 2015 at 9:00am — No Comments

Jay Dubya Book #1 in "Humor" (16,144 hardcover/paperback titles)

Author Jay Dubya's hardcover book Mauled Maimed Mangled Mutilated Mythology  is  now the #1 "Humor" book out of 16,144 hardcover/paperback  titles at (Rakuten).  Jay Dubya is the author of 52 books that exist in hardcover, in paperback and in e-book formats.

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Added by Jay Dubya on July 3, 2015 at 4:13am — No Comments

Relationships matter when marketing your books. Take time to create real relationships.

To sell more books, you need to create lasting business relationships (and true friendships) with media, bloggers, websites, email newsletter editors, and people on Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Google+, YouTube, GoodReads,…


Added by John Kremer on July 3, 2015 at 3:38am — 1 Comment

The changing attitudes of Boys during the American Civil War

James Marten, in his collection of essays about Children and Youth During the Civil War Era, wrote that the question had been raised, “Have social historians lost the Civil War?”1 Civil War historians and historians of children and youth had generally ignored the children and youth who participated in the war. Small Worlds: Children and Adolescents in America, 1850-1950, edited by Elliot West and Paula Petrik, referred to the war on page 93 in reference to toys of the era. Growing Up in…


Added by Joel Arthur Moore on July 3, 2015 at 1:42am — No Comments

Pre-order Into The Woods now!


Added by Carla Godfrey on July 2, 2015 at 12:15pm — No Comments

Poem: Undeniable

Real Love divinely conquers all things,

which are contrary to His, Holy Spirit.

Nothing is too difficult for The Lord;

He is unrestrained, having no limits!

His desires are righteous; His existence

fuels all of creation to meet His bidding;

though His patience exceeds our perception,

we need to remember that He’s not kidding

about His wanting an everlasting family,

that’s fine-tuned with His sacred tenets.

We’ll inhabit Heaven with…


Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on July 2, 2015 at 9:44am — No Comments

My Adventure Begins

I had been working at St. Mary’s hospital in London for some time when an opportunity came knocking on my door. A private patient, Mrs. Grey wanted to see me when my shift starts. I was on night duty. She was a cancer patient and had surgery. I wondered what she had on her mind.

We would talk whenever I came to her room and I had mentioned that I was preparing to go back to Germany to take up further studies.

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Added by Anneros Valensi on July 1, 2015 at 9:26pm — No Comments

The Future in the Now: Educational Outcomes for Youth in Foster Care

Battered, hurt and insecure – these three words sum up most of foster care children. For most of their younger lives, they have stepped out of their comfort zone. Now, what are they willing to do to get back inside it?

Many foster care children have faced real life at a very early age. Instead of enjoying their childhood years like other children, they have been tossed around from one foster family to another. They have experienced what it’s like to live on their own, and already…


Added by Anne (John) Coppola on July 1, 2015 at 8:36pm — No Comments

How to Sell Your Children's Books - AND How to Set Up and Carry Out Successful School Visits

Several months ago I did a one-hour consultation with the author of a children's picture book and a children's board book. You can now listen in on this consultation - which featured the 7 most effective ways to market a children's book.

You can order this one-on-one consultation as a solo recording for…


Added by John Kremer on July 1, 2015 at 6:50pm — 2 Comments

The Writing Life with Suspense Author Gabriel Valjan

 "I define success as knowing that right here and now I am writing to the best of my ability, and that tomorrow I will write better. Writing is a craft and I am a craftsman."
Gabriel Valjan is ‘Gnomeo’ to his friends (read, ‘he is short’ but lacks the Napoleonic Complex). He writes…

Added by Mayra Calvani on July 1, 2015 at 1:12pm — No Comments

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