For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
One of the best ways to keep your book and name in the public eye is to jump on "the bandwagon" any time someone or some issue is in the spotlight. Most authors have heard of the "platform" they should build and how "becoming an expert" is one of the steps.
As an author, following up on current events, especially those misfortunes of others, it can seem a little bit like we are ambulance chasers, always following the ill-circumstances for our own gain. But remember all of those people…Continue
Added by Lisa Copen on December 31, 2007 at 12:41pm — No Comments
While you are wandering around the internet participating in social networking groups, reading about ideas for marketing on the internet and discussing marketing opportunities with other groups of authors, you may hear a lot of terms that you aren't familiar with. Don't despair. Most authors who are just becoming familiar with the internet gradually learn the…Continue
Of course you already contribute to the blog at the Book Marketing Network, but having another free web marketing tool can also help drive visitors to your main website.
To help with this, BiblioScribe.com provides a free author account to the BiblioScribe Blog, allowing you to publish posts and links to your website.
If you would like your…Continue
Part 1 – “Call an ambulance!”
“911 what is your emergency?” said the operator. “It’s our son! He’s barely breathing! Send an ambulance. Hurry, Hurry!” said Steven as he held our son in his arms rocking back and fourth. Tears were streamed down his face in rivers. “Come quick!” he screamed into the phone. “Okay…
Added by Jonathon Francis on December 31, 2007 at 7:28am — No Comments
They say when you lose someone you love, you can wish them back in another person… This was the case for me. My name is Cody and this is my story of how a wish I wanted so badly to come true, came true for me.
I live in…
Added by Jonathon Francis on December 31, 2007 at 7:27am — No Comments
She was peeking at me from under her pillows, smiling and blinking her soft brown eyes slowly. I touched the tip of her nose, traced her lips and chin then held her soft hand. "Good morning Rachel" I whispered. She broke into a small smile and said…
Added by Jonathon Francis on December 31, 2007 at 7:16am — No Comments
Chapter 1 Sophie in Paris
The flight to Paris was nearly coming to an end as I watched the flight progress count down on the monitor of the back head rest in front of me. This was my first trip to Paris and I had no idea what to expect.
I could hear the 747 extend its folded legs to reach for the runway. Lifting my window shade to take a peek outside. I…
Added by Jonathon Francis on December 31, 2007 at 7:15am — No Comments
Part 1 – Sweet as Honey
I pulled into New Orleans at sunset. I had a long week at the office and I wanted to get away for a three day weekend and Bourbon Street had my name on it. I…Continue
Added by Jonathon Francis on December 31, 2007 at 7:13am — No Comments
Added by Thomas Nixon on December 31, 2007 at 1:04am — No Comments
1. Tell your partner that you love him/her at least once every day. Don't assume that your partner knows it. Even if your partner shows signs of embarrassment and denies that they need to hear it. Don't believe it. Do it anyway.
2. Kiss your partner at least once in the morning and at least once before you go to bed in the evening.
3. Plan a date night at least once a…Continue
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Amazing what can be accomplished when there are no distractions!
I finally finished updates & revisions to my publishing seminar and will be attacking the promoting seminar changes tomorrow. The handouts for these seminars needed to be completely revised and ready by January 2nd - I have several colleges awaiting these handouts for seminars I have scheduled this winter & spring!
And I am on the final chapters of Book V of my series. Once this is complete, I will do…Continue
Added by L. Diane Wolfe on December 29, 2007 at 3:51pm — No Comments
Destiny 11 Publications is a publisher of Christian faith based works in the form of fiction and non-fiction books. Our belief is that God has given each of His people a gift to be used to build up His kingdom. We provide a channel of production to…Continue
Added by Alicia Hill Jones on December 29, 2007 at 12:37pm — No Comments
"Take your grubby hands off of me, Tex!"
"How 'bout I show you a really good time, Paidra?"
"The only good time you could show me is watching…Continue
Could it be?
Added by Philip Harris on December 28, 2007 at 5:13pm — No Comments
Shades of Purple
by Carolyn Brackin Orr
self-published / Southern Printing, Moulton, Alabama
51 pages, $12.00, paperback.
Free shipping and handling
Order @ www.orrministries.org
Added by Carolyn Brackin Orr on December 28, 2007 at 4:53pm — No Comments
Well, it was some of these kinds of friends who look after me who pointed out something quite embarrassing. I had sent cards and the…Continue
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