For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
You’ve taken the time, energy, and care to write a book—laboring intensively over rewrites, editing judiciously, choosing your words wisely, and polishing the final product to perfection. And now that your work is ready to share with an audience, it’s time to tackle the crucial business of bringing book and reader together. That means marketing. And not surprisingly, when it comes to marketing books, it’s all about words.
In the advertising business, they call it “the sizzle that…Continue
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That question probably sounds more than a little strange. Far better questions would be:
When the term “being” came into use during the 14th century, the church had decided that God and angels were self-aware “beings” of the highest order. Genesis said that humans had been made in the image of…Continue
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Join me at Casey Crowe's blog where I post about flirting - regency style!
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Award-winning Author Renee Hand joins the
Stories for Children Publishing April ‘11 World of Ink Tour
Stories for Children Publishing will be touring Renee Hand’s latest children’s book, “The Adventures of Joe-Joe Nut and Biscuit Bill Case #2 Mineral Mischief” all month long in April 2011.
Renee Hand is an award-winning author, educator, tennis coach and…Continue
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Vampires anyone? Laurie Bowler has taken the genre to a whole new level with her body of work. She is definitely a busy gal with her newest full length novel, The Depths of Darkness. She also has her new series Across the City which has three installments in publication already: The Beginning, The Battle Begins, and Carnage with a fourth on the way, The Alliance. Laurie will be my guest in The G-ZONE next week April 5th @ 8.30am EST to discuss all that and much, much, much more.…Continue
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Taking the P**s – The Strange History of Urine.
For centuries people have used urine for its medicinal purpose – I kid you not! August person’s such as Pliny (the Roman author) was an advocate of treating burns, ear pus and head sores with urine, whilst Aristotle, (the Greek philosopher) reportedly rubbed urine into his scalp as a treatment for baldness. (Perhaps it…Continue
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Post from JR's notes-
In "The Long Road to Extradition," part of the plot involves Nicholas discovering his sexuality and falling in love. In the time reference of the book, being gay was still a very difficult subject for a small town to embrace of it's citizens. In fact, it could be downright dangerous. While the gay community has made tremendous strides in equal rights, there is obviously still alot of work to do.
There is a reason I portrayed the MC, Nicholas as gay. In…
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Please note that I've started a new forum over on the left side of the opening page of this website. This forum encourages authors to work together to promote their books.
Here is my opening statement for that forum:
"Your life changes when you meet people." - Sterling Valentine
I want to encourage the authors and publishers on this Book Marketing Network to work together to help each other to sell more books. That's the…
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If it wasn't for my dad, I wouldn't be here. Think about it. Some forty-six years ago I lept from one of his testicles and swam like crazy to fertilise my mother's egg, and from simple biology classes you know the rest. He worked hard to see that myself, along with my three siblings and mother were clothed, sheltered, and fed. He's a quiet, taciturn type from whom I've inherited my relatively tall stature, and love of reading and cryptic crosswords. But I do wish to the universal powers…Continue
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We all want to feel comfortable, and when we don’t, we would like to be comforted and consoled. But have you ever thought that consolation might be more of a hindrance than a help? What’s really behind our desire for consolation? In his book, Three Seconds; The Power of Thinking Twice, author Les Parrott III, Ph.D. ties our desire for comfort to our first impulse to keep the comfortable status quo. Although the book is mainly directed toward success in business, the principles Parrott…Continue
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Hello, today the lovely Lindsay is my host over at 'Lindsay's Romantics' where I blog about being a HR addict. I'd love you to pop over and comment about what you love most about HR.
"I’m a historical romance addict! Now if the police had a profile for ‘HR addicts’ then I think it would read:
“Intelligent, sensitive people with…Continue
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