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How To Write A Crime Fiction Anthology
You are all familiar with anthologies. Maybe you love them, maybe you hate them, or maybe you are on the fence about them. Nevertheless, you are familiar with them. But haven’t you ever wondered about how an anthology is put together from an editing author who is undergoing that process this very moment?
Most often an anthology is put together this way: the editing author picks a theme, requests submissions, chooses their…Continue
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Stories for Children Publishing will be touring author Karen Cioffi all month in November 2012.
Karen Cioffi is an advocate of education, reading, and the environment. She loves how reading can spark a child’s imagination and bring him or her to new worlds and on amazing adventures.
Along with writing children’s books, Karen is a…Continue
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Enter the drawing for April Gardner's book 'Wounded Spirits' at bookread-mumswritings.blogspot.com
Drawing will be held on the last day of the event, Monday 14th November.
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Cara Bertocia of Best Travel Novel fame
gave Wai-nani a very favorable review followed up with a fun interview.
She is looking for more travel novels to
review and authors to spotlight on her blog.
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Free peek at an essay from Noir Nation No.1 on why Noir is such a hot and trending topic.
Why Noir Now http://ning.it/uIwD94
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I don’t know at times what to say about this series by Benjamin Sobieck. Maynard Soloman is so funny, his views so skewed, and his politics so out there, that one can only help but laugh their butt off when reading this.
True Story: I was reading this on my Kindle waiting to pick up my youngest daughter at school. I was laughing so hard reading the bonus material, the recipe for Maynard’s Hamburgers, that I was getting those sideways glances. I really didn’t care; sometimes you just…Continue
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Stories for Children Publishing will be touring author Jan Britland and her Rodger Dodger Dog Series all month in November 2012.
Jan Britland is an author and artist. She lives in Punta Gorda, Florida with her husband Bill. They have a bulldog named Madison, a parrot named Lola, three red-eared slider turtles named Sparky, Luigi and hale. And last but…Continue
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Giovanni Gelati. That's right, Trestle Press's main man is back and he says something to say. Oh, this is a big deal and I am thrilled to be a part of it!
Amish Knitting Circle now occupies the numbers 2,3,4,5 rankings in short story fiction in all of Amazon Kindle, not by category, but overall.
Check it out HERE:…
Added by Mark Miller on November 9, 2011 at 1:42pm — No Comments
We have been busy getting ready to launch our books which are now on Amazon worldwide! We won two awards with our first book! Please check out the deal we are doing this week and share with those who might like it on facebook. A merry day to you!
SANTA & THE LITTLE TEDDY BEAR: This 2011 INDIE Holiday Book WINNER is intended to brought out at Christmas,…Continue
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“Amish Knitting Circle” now occupies the numbers 2,3,4,5 rankings in short story fiction in all of Amazon Kindle, not just category, overall. Check it out here: http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/digital-text/157087011/ref=pd_zg_hrsr_kinc_1_4_last
They also are…Continue
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Join Emlyn Chand, author of the YA paranormal novel, Farsighted (Blue Crown Press), as she virtually tours the blogosphere December 5 - 16 2011 on her first virtual book tour with…Continue
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Oh my Lord, once again I’m before you,
begging that You sift my heart.
Insure the chaff of my life is blown away,
while allowing the kernels of Your truth
to be planted in me, for the purpose of bearing…
spiritual fruit that delights You.
The door of my heart has been unhinged;
You may enter my threshing mill anytime –
even if You need to wake me.
Lift me up and shake me without ceasing,
until the day I’m stored in Your…
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on November 9, 2011 at 7:32am — No Comments
Lately, life has been rough and coarse;
how have I strayed off course?
Be my light and show the way,
for You alone are Love’s real source.
O my Lord, please touch me
with Your spiritual purity!
Open my eyes, that I may see…
the full beauty of Thee.
Cure me of my blindness,
as I wander in this wilderness;
meet me where I am,
with Your loving kindness.
O my Lord, please touch me
with Your spiritual purity!
Open my eyes, that I…
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on November 9, 2011 at 7:30am — No Comments
Frankly, it’s still seems quite odd
to debate the religion of Science
with regard to the existence of God.
Within the vacuum of deep space,
we know that there was an invisible force
that caused the “Big Bang” to take place.
Calculating the Universe’s starting point
can’t explain “why” we’re here on this planet,
despite pretty charts and graphs of datapoints.
Principles of Science can not contest
the presence of Jehovah on Earth
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on November 9, 2011 at 7:26am — No Comments
How can I change the World that I see,
unless I’m willing to begin with me?
Sharing the Word via the use of Godly platitudes
fails to work with the wrong heart’s attitude.
As human, we’re all inherently flawed;
we all need God’s grace and to not be judged by His law.
Although the world is in a hurting mess,
there's help available for these times of distress.
We have within us the ability to find
solutions for the battles of our minds.
Added by Joseph J. Breunig 3rd on November 9, 2011 at 7:24am — No Comments
Tired of not knowing how to handle your troubled teen or prodigal? Anita Estes’ book, Letters to God on a Prodigal Son—Overcoming Addiction Through Prayer, can help guide you through these troubled waters. Buy it today, Nov. 8th only, on Amazon and receive lots of FREE gifts and a chance to win FREE gift cards. For details see:http://www.anitaestes.com/landing-page.html
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Rachel Madorsky 2nd Vice President Membership Chair of IWPA, noted Chicago author joined the Laura Dion-Jones Show, WRMN 1410 AM, to tell listeners about her newest book, Maestro: Unveiling Karma and Reincarnation.…Continue
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