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James Ryan Daley is a writer, editor, and digital designer. After earning an MFA in fiction at the Vermont College of Fine Arts in 2004, James has spent most of the years since teaching writing to college students, creating websites about video games, and editing anthologies of fiction and political rhetoric. When he’s not glued to his…Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on October 25, 2014 at 7:06am — No Comments
In some parts of the world corrupt, evil and aggressive politicians can simply raise any claims for territory which historically was unknown to them. Isn’t this why most of the wars were fought? People simply walked into the territory of the indigenous people, forcing the natives inland or killing as many of them as possible until they are no longer of danger to the invaders. Then after some years, they claimed the territory belonged to them and they wanted independence. So don’t you think…Continue
Added by Poh Tiong Ho on October 25, 2014 at 1:17am — No Comments
Nice new review for DROP OUT. The book is really affecting lives!
Read what Kindle Nation Daily called "the sleeper hit of the year" what Kindle Fire Department called, "riveting, touching, and deeply heartwarming, a book that will stay with you forever"; an Indie Book of the Day winner in 2012.
5.0 out of 5 stars An extraordinary, moving story of…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on October 24, 2014 at 1:04pm — No Comments
There's lots of clutter online about the rhyming of the word orange. But I have done it; I have rhymed the word orange in a short story and uploaded it on Kindle. See the Kindle store for the title The Rhyming of Orange. The orange rhyme word is not rare or part of a special terminology but is a word you might use every day. It is a short story and the price on Kindle is ultimately reasonable. Please read it and comment. I believe my solution ends the…Continue
Added by T. R. Catanzarite on October 24, 2014 at 11:03am — No Comments
Ever since the advent of the Internet and e-reading devices, the self-publishing industry has virtually exploded in popularity. In the days before the digital revolution, self-publishing was somewhat frowned upon as a type of "vanity press", where authors had to finance their own publishing efforts due to an implied lack of outside interest in the book. Nowadays, any author wanting to self-publish a book can present his/her work to a potential audience of millions of people with only a few…Continue
Added by Tanisha Williams on October 24, 2014 at 9:31am — No Comments
1) Lots of literary endeavors this week. First of all, I am continuing my Monday, Wednesday, Friday blogs with new pieces on The Isms and Addictions that Effect our Lives and I have joined CatholicMom.com and Catholic365.com. Stop in and visit some time. They are wonderful sites chalk full of interesting posts about family, faith, world events, and reflections on life and culture.…Continue
Added by Ann Frailey on October 24, 2014 at 5:57am — No Comments
Here are the top 10 book marketing blog posts from this website and a few other related sites . . .
Book Publicity Is Not a Two-Week Event — http://bookmarketingbestsellers.com/book-publicity-is-not-a-two-week-event
The Essence of Book Marketing: Making Real Friends —…Continue
Added by John Kremer on October 24, 2014 at 12:35am — No Comments
L'etoile de Mouaka
"An African sunset"
Right in front of them, against the horizon, beneath the low hanging clouds, Mouaka floated up before their eyes, through the car’s windshield. A light and wide strip speckled with…Continue
Added by Haim kadman on October 23, 2014 at 9:00pm — No Comments
Hi, do you know statistically over 48% of women in western culture been in physical or emotional abusive love stories.
Cinderella Tears is a novel that try to illustrate this frequent, but unspoken reality within our modern western society.
While completing a combine in media and social science, in university, I was surprise to find the statistic that an obsession with fairy tale romance, has result in 48% of women in…
Added by juiwei yang on October 23, 2014 at 8:00pm — No Comments
This is posted after the date of October 18 – 19, but that is all right. Since the story in the novel, THE DOC, is about Civil War re-enactors who are in trouble with Homeland Security, a Civil War reenactment is the perfect place to garner followers. This last…Continue
Added by Timothy J. Desmond on October 23, 2014 at 3:42pm — No Comments
Author Jay Dubya has e-published his 54th e-book, Hawthorne Hacked, Shakespeare Sacked & Thurber Thwacked at Amazon.com and at Smarhwords. The new e-book features adult language and content while satirizing works by Nathaniel Hawthorne, William Shakespeare and James Thurber. HH. SS & TT will be published in hardcover and paperback formats in mid-2015.
“The Great Stone Face”…
Added by Jay Dubya on October 23, 2014 at 12:30pm — No Comments
In these quiet spaces,
I become temporarily deaf
to the meaningless noises
that seek to define me.
In these quiet spaces,
my soul is nourished;
surrounded by silence,
my spirit soars upward.
In these quiet spaces,
my focus turns inward,
knowing that His Presence
is co-mingled with mine.
In these quiet spaces,
the renewing of my mind
occurs as my life, is…
humbled before Him.
In these quiet spaces,…
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on October 23, 2014 at 9:41am — No Comments
Food is big business in our society. But there are some things I have to keep reminding myself about food… 1) Something had to die so that I would live. With all the disconnect between people and their food – there are kids growing up today who actually believe that food comes from a store as if it materialized…Continue
Added by Ann Frailey on October 22, 2014 at 6:52am — No Comments
Here are the top 10 social media marketing blog posts for 2013 . . .
11 Proven Ways to Get More Retweets – http://bookmarketingbestsellers.com/11-proven-ways-to-get-more-retweets
5-Minute Daily LinkedIn Marketing Plan –…Continue
At the beginning of the 80s of the previous century (the 20th) I've written a collection of short stories, which were dedicated to the world of art in my country.
Although these short stories were my very early creation, which have been defined as imperfect;…Continue
Added by Haim kadman on October 22, 2014 at 12:19am — No Comments
While the modern western world, believe the west as the prime mover of modernization of the world, both within the field of innovation and ideology. Many academic research suggest the west serious over rated its influence in world history. With the exception of the Greeks and the Romans, western influence is mostly limited to the post industrial revolution era of 19th century. Prior to that starting from the dark…Continue
Added by juiwei yang on October 22, 2014 at 12:00am — No Comments
51 Ways to Help a Book Author You Love. - http://bookmarketingbestsellers.com/36-ways-to-help-a-book-author-you-love. Features 51 ways to help!
Please pass this blog post on. Tweet about it. Blog about it. Share the link. Especially with your family and friends who need to know these ways.…Continue
As an Asian person that moved to the west, I am amazed by the extend western women goes to, for fairy tale romance. Despite the west self claim to be the world leader in gender equality and women right, statistic show over 48% of women in the west been in physical or emotional abusive relationship and actively choose to stay in those relationship, if it contain fairy tale romance characteristic. A number probably higher then region, the west claim to discriminate against…Continue
Added by juiwei yang on October 21, 2014 at 11:30pm — No Comments
Added by Brenda Joyce Hoffman on October 21, 2014 at 2:32pm — No Comments
A few days have passed since my Kindle Books and Tips promotion for DROP OUT http://www.amazon.com/dp/B005FX0K7U has finished and I must say the results weren’t that bad. Though I have said in the past that I don’t believe paid promotion on websites has a return on investment and are good for exposure purposes only, this one seems to have paid out.
DROP OUT sold several dozen more copies on that day than it usually does so I…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on October 20, 2014 at 12:41pm — No Comments