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March 2008 Blog Posts (180)

What happens when the customer sets the price?

They pick the lowest price right?


As an experiment (and a way to get some press:-) I set up a page for the ebook edition of my new book Stop Living Paycheck to Paycheck - Learn how you can create immediate income now, with 6 different pricing options, ranging from $9.97 down to $2.00. It's a name your price product.

I copied the idea from the band, Radiohead who also did… Continue

Added by Jim Donovan on March 25, 2008 at 2:52pm — No Comments

Writers Wanted

Nevaeh Publishing is expanding its line. We are currently accepting manuscripts for the following fiction genres: African-American, contemporary, mystery/suspense, inspirational, romance, women’s, multi-cultural and young adult.

We are not interested in receiving manuscripts for: science fiction (Sci-Fi), fantasy, erotic romance, erotica, poetry, illustrated children’s books or non-fiction.

Fiction manuscript word length: range… Continue

Added by Dwan Abrams on March 25, 2008 at 1:20pm — No Comments

Green Chic: Saving in Earth in Style – A Green Book Review

In January we covered Big Green Purse, a book about the way women can help change the world by using their enormous power as consumers. Today's book touches upon some similar topics, but many others as well. This week's book review is written by our new blogger, Harriet Watson. Welcome on board!

Welcome to another Monday on the Eco-Libris… Continue

Added by Eylon Israely @ Eco-Libris on March 25, 2008 at 12:37pm — No Comments


Hi! - I've been away for quite a few months both because of personal issues and because my old PC died, and I had to buy a new laptop and get it running. I've uploaded the cover of a chapbook published in Feb.2008 by Pudding House Publications. Thanks, if you're interested. Ted

Added by T. R. Catanzarite on March 24, 2008 at 8:59pm — No Comments

Monday's green books series: The Green Eaters

Today we're having for our green books series a cute green picture book for babies and young children:

The Green Eaters - A Dream Comes True

Author: Jennifer Murphy. Illustrated by… Continue

Added by Eylon Israely @ Eco-Libris on March 24, 2008 at 7:56pm — No Comments

4RV Publishing Accepts Submissions for Children's Books (picture & chapter books), Juvenile, Young Adult, Mystery, Romance, Mainstream, Sci-fi, Fantasy, Non-fiction, Christian, & More.

As I mentioned in my last blog post... as an illustrator; diversity in what I draw & design is extremely important to me.

My portfolio requires it to land new contracts.

My psyche requires it for my creative outlet.

Last post I introduced you all to Still Waves Publishing; now I would like you all to be aware of 4RV Publishing.

I am currently designing a cover for the president of 4RV & I am… Continue

Added by Aidana WillowRaven on March 24, 2008 at 2:50pm — 20 Comments


Hi Everyone!
I know you can read all about me in my profile, but I just wanted to take the time to say hi and tell you that of all the sites I've vistited, joined, and posted on; finding this one is going to be the best one yet! I am looking forward to talking with you individually and learning all I can from the ones with way more experience than I have.

More later....

Added by Tammy Varner Hornbeck on March 24, 2008 at 10:00am — No Comments

This Week at LASR

Come and visit The Long and the Short of It this week. We have two authors for you to get to know. Charlotte Chalmers, author of The Madness of Celia Summers, is in our Author Spotlight this week and you have a chance to win a free download of her book. I've just finished it and it is hilarious!

Donna Dalton is being interviewed and giving… Continue

Added by Judy Thomas on March 24, 2008 at 6:48am — No Comments

A Sequel is Born!

'A Study in Red- The Secret Journal of Jack the Ripper' is apparently selling rather well. I received an e-mail to this effect from my publisher last weeek, and when I told him I was intending to write a sequel, he immediately replied with an acceptance of the manuscript of the new novel for publication, even though it is as yet unwritten. What a wonderful thing to happen! I'm very flattered that the publisher thinks enough of my work to make me the… Continue

Added by Brian L Porter on March 24, 2008 at 5:36am — No Comments


In 1815 England, an exiled Frenchwoman, Gabrielle de Monserrat, begins a memoir of her days before and during the French Revolution. Gabrielle, the youngest daughter of a family of the impoverished nobility, recalls her journey through hardships and betrayals. Watch the book video for Catherine Delors' new historical fiction novel, MISTRESS OF THE REVOLUTION at… Continue

Added by Dorothy Thompson on March 23, 2008 at 4:01pm — No Comments

Finding People

Having a review site is much more challenging than first anticipated.

The need and desire for authors to have their books showcased and talked about

is a living, breathing thing.

Reviews are sought with an encompassing passion and earnestness yet is tempered with

worry and wonder.

Will the review be good or indifferent and is the format unique and complimentary or cookie-cutter and mired in synopsis?

There are review sites… Continue

Added by Michele O. on March 23, 2008 at 9:21am — 1 Comment

Yuwie, yuwie yo ho ho!

I am always on the lookout for a way to make money with my writing and have just hit upon this website called

Look out Facebook and MySpace, this website is going to be big because the people who make it work, i.e. you and me, are now able to tap in on a bit of the monthly income!
Interesting Facts that I have learnt :

1. Facebook makes over $8 million a MONTH from advertising alone.

2. Myspace makes almost $25 million

WE, the users, don't… Continue

Added by Susan Cook-Jahme on March 23, 2008 at 2:07am — No Comments

my heavenly father

my heavenly father,

why do you keep me in a world,

that often falters,

where tragedies knows no end,

where the unthinkable,

often happens.

my heavenly father i know ,

i am nothing to question Ur plan,

nor will i ever understand,

things that are done by man to man,

for i am just a spiritual… Continue

Added by wizthom on March 22, 2008 at 6:56pm — No Comments

a broken heart,two hearts as one,night dreams

broken hearts

wisemanspeeks .. wrote:

every since you went away,

i haven't seen a sunny day,

dark clouds seems to follow me,

every where,,,,,,,,,,,,,

it's raining on me and i,

don't even care,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

since you been gone,

i've been filled with… Continue

Added by wizthom on March 22, 2008 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Me, a Junkie?

Title: Are You a Spiritual Hypochondriac?

Author: Dottie Randazzo

ISBN: 978-0-6151-8006-9

Publisher: Creative Dreaming

Reviewer: Yvonne Perry

If you wear your Awanas shirt on days other than Awanas meeting days, you might be a spiritual hypochondriac.

If you go to church five times a week, you might be a spiritual hypochondriac.

If have you have framed your VBS awards and baptism certificates and have them hanging on your… Continue

Added by Yvonne Perry on March 22, 2008 at 6:30pm — No Comments


wiseangel sleeps manspeeks .. wrote:

becareful what you say

for with angels she prays,

as a day full of play gives way ,

to the night

let her sleep let her sleep,

please world let my daughter sleep,

dear lord i pray that this world find peace,

i have no desire to hand her a world… Continue

Added by wizthom on March 22, 2008 at 1:18am — No Comments



Heat me Up...

Dear Wizthom,

Things always heat up when you're around. All I have to do is see your handsome face, and my heart throbs. And when I think of all of the incredible things we can do together fire sizzles through my body and I become hot and steamy, wanting only to throw you upon the bed and bury your manhood deep inside of me. And when we make love , I'm consumed with the fire that only you can put out, delighted in rapture's flames… Continue

Added by wizthom on March 22, 2008 at 12:30am — No Comments

The cost of spaying / neutering

I recently adopted a kitten from a cat shelter.

When she was old enough I decided to have her spayed.

I could have gone to the shelter clinic, but the nearest shelter clinic is 30 miles away, and because I don't have a car and rely on public transportation, I thought it best to take a cab to a private veterinarian.

From what I had heard spaying a cat would cost me between $45 - $80.

Imagine my surprise when, after the operation, I was presented with a bill of… Continue

Added by Conny Manero on March 21, 2008 at 10:10pm — No Comments

March Newsletter 2008..please stop by and read.

Please stop by and read my newsletter for March. Don't forget to subscribe to it if you like it. I will be adding author interviews next month.

Added by Danielle on March 21, 2008 at 5:28pm — No Comments

when i cry..foot prints

wisemanspeeks wrote:


when i cry ,

here i am counting raindrops ,

to hide the fact that I'm shedding teardrops

while looking at the lost,people ,

being lead to the slaughter house,

my people so many of them

have forgotten,what life's bout,

all they live for,

killing drugging mugging,

lusting… Continue

Added by wizthom on March 21, 2008 at 11:30am — No Comments

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