Kate Rizor's Contemporary Romance by Veronica Grant House, republished with permission
To this day, I still do not know who gave me this book. It has a big blue cover with a gorgeous front design on it.
Then, I opened it. I read and read and read and read this book. I think supper burned but oh well because I wasn't going to put this book down.
I brought this book to my book club meeting and of course, we assigned it a date. It was totally amazing because most… Continue
Added by Robyn on March 29, 2008 at 6:27pm —
AUTHOR: Melody Knight
GENRE: Mainstream Romance Sci-Fi/Fantasy
PUBLISHER: Red Rose Publishing…
Added by N. D. Hansen-Hill on March 29, 2008 at 11:38am —
Bewegungs art performance
Wolfgang Graf: A Freiburger Feingeist (Satis Shroff)
Wolfgang Graf was born in Freiburg-Zähringen and did his schooling at the Kepler Gymnasium. Later he studied Biology and Chemistry at the Freiburger University because he thought then that it would be good to be a teacher in a school. But he didn’t teach and worked instead in the quality control department of a factory lab, which produced… Continue
Added by Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer on March 29, 2008 at 10:59am —
I'd like to invite everyone who loves to write for children or who has thought about writing for children to join me and my 22 guest bloggers on Monday March 31 through April 5th for the blog fest extravaganza: Writing for Children.
The Writing Jungle
Meet such amazing authors such as:
Beverly Stowe McClure
and many, many… Continue
Added by Lea Schizas on March 28, 2008 at 5:41pm —
Added by Aidana WillowRaven on March 28, 2008 at 2:30pm —
I highly recommend that any author who utilizes a digital/POD printer to read this article: http://www.writersweekly.com/the_latest_from_angelahoycom/004597_03272008.html
Amazon's Booksurge is contacting publishers and requesting that they use Booksurge to print their books - or have their Buy Now button removed from their listing on Amazon. This will affect many authors!
My books are currently printed by Lightning Source and when I open my own publishing company next… Continue
Added by L. Diane Wolfe on March 28, 2008 at 7:01am —
I am attending the Colorado Independent Publisher's Association (CIPA) College in Denver. This college is designed to help independent publishers, authors and writers to get their books into print and into the market place.
The CIPA college runs March 27, 28 and 29, 2008. It is an excellent opportunity for anyone interested in writing or publishing to associate with their peers in the industry. I will post some of my insights in the next week or so.
H. Court… Continue
Added by H. Court Young on March 27, 2008 at 8:33pm —
That was the message my friend received in her inbox. It was her hubby who had come to her office door; once, twice informing her it was dinnertime. And my friend, like me, kept on going to finish that "one last item" before she pushed away from her computer.
Until hubby, exasperated, sent the email exclaiming he was indeed starved.
Could he have just fixed himself something to eat? Sure he could’ve. But what he wanted was her company and the opportunity to share those moments… Continue
Added by Janet Perez Eckles on March 27, 2008 at 5:56pm —
over at Gather.com on the No Whine, Just Champagne group site.
Come on over and chat with us about writer's block!
8 central, 9 eastern
Added by Kim Smith on March 27, 2008 at 12:48pm —
Today I received my first review of I Must Be in Heaven, a promise kept and I’m walking on air.( I feel so blessed) I’m recognized as a novelist. My work has been read and…
Well, here’s the review. :) By:
Nina M. Osier,
Author of the Farthinghome Trilogy
(Fictionwise.com best selling series)
I MUST BE IN HEAVEN, A PROMISE KEPT
By Valerie Anne Faulkner
Available at the author's web site
Bill and Valerie met in 1962, and promptly… Continue
Added by Valerie Anne Faulkner on March 27, 2008 at 11:27am —
Commentary on Tibet:
Dalai Lama’s Realpolitik: A Policy of Appeasement (Satis Shroff)
The Chinese poet Dong Guanfu writes in his blog: “We cannot win the heart of the Tibetans if we only develop their economy. If we cannot manage to understand this, then many other conflicts will follow. There’s no denying that one of the reasons of staging the Olympic Games is that we want to make money. But the greater value of… Continue
Added by Satis Shroff Lecturer, Writer on March 27, 2008 at 10:00am —
1. FINISH THE BOOK! ~ Back in the 1980's it might have been possible for a newbie to sell on speculation, but those days are gone forever. You MUST type "the end" before you send a query or give a pitch at a conference. Until you finish the manuscript, you have nothing to sell but a handful of fingers.
2. POLISH YOUR PROSE! ~ Good enough just won't do. You're competing for publishing slots with NY Times BestSellers. Tighten your story till it pings. By the time I'm ready to turn in a… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on March 27, 2008 at 8:56am —
I googled myself and found many who are buying my books and reselling them for twice and even three times their cost. I would like to invite everyone who is starting or who may have a home business to please feel free to do the same. We all need to make a living and this is what networking is all about. I am just so filled with joy to see others helping in getting my story out. Below you will find all the info to get my books at the lowest cost and be kind by blogging or… Continue
Added by Doris Anne Beaulieu on March 27, 2008 at 4:40am —
In an e-mail I received two days ago the CEO of Rain Publishing, who were due to release 'Glastonbury' in four weeks, informed that due to personal health reasons, the publishing company wil be closing with effect from 15th April. She has what appears to be an aggressive and as yet un-named, (though easily guessed at), illnesswhich is life-threatening and she has to devote all of her time to trying to beat it. This means that 'Glastonbury' is now back to square one, as she will be releasing me… Continue
Added by Brian L Porter on March 27, 2008 at 2:00am —
I've mentioned the Return of the Sword
anthology several times and today I have to say, I'm even more impressed with this anthology now that I've actually received my copy. The cover art is plain awesome and the stories inside, well you need to read them.
I have the honor of promoting Return of the Sword
on a virtual blog tour during the month of April but you can get a headstart by checking out these posts.…
Added by Jean Lauzier on March 26, 2008 at 6:30pm —
Hello faithful fans! I am going to be hosting a chat over on Gather.com tomorrow evening... at the NO WHINE, JUST CHAMPAGNE group. Our topic is one that all writers have and no one wants, WRITER'S BLOCK!
You just gotta surf over and stick your two cents in!
chat: march 27
time 8 central 9 eastern
Added by Kim Smith on March 26, 2008 at 1:28pm —
Book Marketing Buzz welcomes guest blogger and relationship expert Amanda Ford, author of Kiss Me, I'm Single: An Ode to the Solo Life. Visit www.bookmarketingbuzz.wordpress.com
to find out how Amanda promotes her books!
Marketing Buzz: Book Promotion & Publicity Tips: How to Promote Your Books is a continuing series to help authors learn how to promote their books. If you would like to be a guest blogger for our book… Continue
Added by Dorothy Thompson on March 26, 2008 at 9:58am —
I'm so excited. A friend of mine called me from Ohio to tell me that my books, Only True Love Waits and Divorcing the Devil, are on the Top 25 Black Christian Small-Independent Publishers Bestsellers List (Fiction). I was even more delighted when I saw Scent of an Angel on the list, too! The author, Darn Oldham, is signed to my publishing company, Nevaeh Publishing. Yippee! Here's the link, http://www.blackchristiannews.com/bcbdbestseller.html, but I also pasted the list below.
Added by Dwan Abrams on March 26, 2008 at 9:33am —
Join Karin Abarbanel, author of the business/entrepreneurship book, Birthing the Elephant
(Ten Speed Press, March '08), as she virtually tours the blogosphere in April on her first virtual book tour with Pump Up Your Book Promotion!
is an entrepreneur, marketing… Continue
Added by Dorothy Thompson on March 25, 2008 at 3:44pm —
What a promise, huh?? To accomplish the above, there's always a trick, a secret, a specific step to be first taken:
"The best time to apply skin care products is when you are fresh out of a warm shower or bath. Not only is your skin clean, but it is also thoroughly moist and will better absorb anything you apply to it."
Haven’t you read that on instructions to just about any cream, lotion, and skin softener? If you’re like me, I’m going to follow that instruction in order… Continue
Added by Janet Perez Eckles on March 25, 2008 at 3:00pm —