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I have great ideas about writing I can write for hours on end about far away places and times, but when it comes to marketing I have to admit I am downright stumped.

It would seem like a form of writers block however it is not strictly the case it seems more like a case of not knowing how to blow ones trumpet.

Now I will be the first to admit that I am not a man without sin but blowing my trumpet is not one of my sins at least I don’t think so.

My greatest pleasure is writing about the main character in my series of novels Samuel a man who through his own vices is doomed to wander the earth until judgment day.

Those who have read my work fall in love with him because he is a simple man trying to make right the things in lives of other for the sins he committed in the past.

For more then 2000 years Samuel wanders the earth in search of his own personal redemption.

The best way for me to explain the story of this character is to say you need to read the story as it unfolds and then you will understand the consequences of his actions and how he tries to make right that which is wrong in the world.

I should add that due to the fact that I am a dyslexic with out a formal education I am largely self taught.

So as you can see I am not good at marketing my work plain words for a great story.

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Comment by Susan Klopfer on August 28, 2009 at 3:08pm
Sounds like you've done a great job of marketing to me. After reading your post, I'm more than fascinated and lookforward to reading your work. Dyslexia is a fascinating thing because so many people who are afflicted are particularly bright and/or creative. Hmmm

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