For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
Did you double up as a publisher of your own book? That’s a smart move that can help you save a lot of money. You have already published your book in the form of printed books and EBooks. But, merely doing that won’t get you visibility and popularity especially if you are a novice.
In order to get the max sales for your book, promote it well through various means and modes. A well-promoted book is well known and read by many.…Continue
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NEW SHORT STORY - Compelling Reading!
Everyone has dates they remember, for various reasons, good and bad. This short story is the harrowing personal account of events, which started on the evening of October 17th 1966 in the New York Fire Department.…Continue
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"Yesterday’s Supreme Court Ruling shows that America, now a more dangerous place to live than Soviet Russia and Nazi Germany were. We knew the enemy there, but here, the enemy is those we chose to defend us but have instead chosen to…
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Technology now allows us writers to offer our books and stories to the world. Through Amazon, Smashwords, and such, indie writers can now sell their stuff to virtually anyone with access to a computer, ereader, or smart phone. As artists, we willingly check the accept box to whatever agreement these epublishers throw out there without really understanding the implications of the contract.
Case in point, I was recently banned from my Google + account…Continue
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Added by Steven Clark Bradley on June 2, 2013 at 11:29am — No Comments
Interesting how subtle and diverse marketing a book/screenplay can be - without being intentional. Let me explain.
My wife and I do the occasional flea market for extra cash - writers need to eat. We generally set up our stall with antiques and near antiques and of late we also lay down a tarp and display books. All…Continue
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Fate has brought them together…but will a promise tear them a part?
Otakatay is hired to kill the witkowin-crazy women. A deadly bounty hunter, he has found his last victim in timid healer Nora Rushton. Marked as a witch, Nora uses her gift to heal those in need, and the bounty hunter is one of them. Will the desire to complete his promise…Continue
What would you do you if you knew you had a limited amount of life left? Would you freak out? Would you waste it in self-pity and resentment and denial? Or would you go do everything you’ve ever wanted to do?
DROP OUT is a beautiful tapestry of life, love, and acceptance that is powerful, romantic, and real.…Continue
Added by Neil Ostroff on June 1, 2013 at 2:00pm — No Comments
From award-winning editor, Jeani Rector, who brought you the terrifying anthology, WHAT FEARS BECOME, comes a wicked brew of spine-tingling fiction. Featuring never before published works from best-selling authors such as Bentley…Continue
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The novel is set in Virginia in the winter of 1888. A reporter, Dana Reynolds gets fired from as a reporter in San Francisco and is forced to relocate in Virginia. It is a very…Continue
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