Let me show you through my intense, 8-week-long workshop how to get a nonfiction book proposal ready for publishers. This is your opportunity to gain a serious business advantage over other writers who will try to wing it. And even if your first book doesn’t sell, you will have the skills and the template to apply to other ideas and other projects. You may even come up with more ideas for more books as you work through this course.
And my workshop is different. I keep the classes small… Continue
It is amazing how much we misunderstand the process of refugees and asylum seekers.
I work for a company called Phoenix Community Care, this is a not for profit
company that works with people in need. So we work with young people age 16 and
17 years old who are in the UK
but have no parents or guardians here. They actually come under…
Vanessa Miller, veteran of the Christian Fiction genre, has released a new book that tackles an issue in "The Church" that probably shouldn't be an issue on today's spiritual landscape.
Yesterday's Promise follows the life of Melinda Johnson as she struggles with the difficulty of the love of her live, Steven Marks, accepting her as an equal as a preacher of the Gospel. This is an matter of contention that touches close to home for many "church folk" and will definitely keep readers'… Continue
Added by Joey Pinkney on March 31, 2010 at 10:33am —
From the JoeyPinkney.com Book Review: "I have to admit that when I started reading Real Thoughts by N.S. Ugezene, I was frustrated. Although the main character stayed true to the title by expressing his thoughts and feelings on various topics, I couldn’t figure…
Follow author Thomas C. Almond as he and wife Olga return to Dnepropetrovsk Ukraine, setting for most of his novel Goodbye Kiev, this spring. Look for reports and photos on http://thomascalmond.webs.com starting April 25, 2010.
I’ve been crazy about being outside since I was old enough to proclaim my wishes to the world, and to propel myself on two legs. Although I have other interests, I always seem to gravitate back to the out-of-doors-- exploring, learning, drawing, writing, explaining my passion for all things natural to others.…
We wall want it – understanding. It has move value to some of us than great wealth.
You know how it is – in the heat of a disagreement, you want to be heard and understood. You believe something deeply and you want others to understand why. You want to over come prejudice and injustice and are certain if the world at large understood, everything would change.
Understanding is priceless.
I used to think you had to holler to get heard. Now I know the power of a… Continue
Added by Joy DeKok on March 30, 2010 at 8:58am —
The Author Collective is once again attending the Baltimore City Public Schools Vendor Fair, April 7th. Here is an excellent opportunity to get your educational book(s) in front of several teachers, principals and school department heads. Join the Author Collective today and see how we can help you sell more books.
There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle. -- Albert Einstein
Of all the things my children were blessed with, curiosity is certainly the trait that brings home the prize. They never tire of asking questions, and charge everything with a genuine interest to learn something new at every turn.
Even if their unbridled desire to always find out different things… Continue
I'm really thrilled to have been contacted by Susan Frank, the host of the Wild About Pets Radio Show, who was interested in doing a feature on Tilly's Tale, and, following discussions with her, I've agreed to do an interview with her on her show on 30th April at Noon, CST. I'll be talking about Tilly's Tale of course, and also my other dogs. What makes this so exciting is that the show will go out live, and will interact with the… Continue
The Northgate Vikings High School Marching Band (Newnan, Georgia,) is having a spring fundraiser that will include a silent auction. As an electronically published author and band parent, I am putting a book basket together that will go up for auction April 24th. I am earnestly…
After the weekend at the NECRWA writer's conference, I'm energized and ready to write! It's so invigorating to spend time with creative people who know just because you hear voices that doesn't mean you're crazy!
Today on my blog I'm hosting Gayle Ann Williams, fellow Lollie (Lady of Leisure) and her road to the call and publication of her debut title with Dorchester, TSUNAMI BLUE! She's giving away a copy to a couple lucky commenters, so please let us know you were there with a… Continue
Added by Emily Bryan on March 29, 2010 at 5:45am —