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Something About Me and My Book: provides free and low-cost internet marketing venues primarily for authors and publishers of the written word, but also for writers and publishers of music and software. The focus of is to provide new authors with a means to promote their work within an easy-to-navigate, syndicated website.

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Make Your Teen a Millionaire this Christmas

The result is over $1.56 million in tax free savings at age 65 that will still continue to grow based on how much they withdrawal each year until they pass. In essence, they could have a $100,000 per year tax-free income at age 65 while still allowing their account to grow.

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Posted on December 8, 2012 at 5:33am

How to Become Wealthy in 2012 and Win a Valuable Portrait of Ben Franklin!

James Ward, author of Wealth Virtues, has created a path for individuals to keep their New Year's financial resolutions using the wisdom of Benjamin Franklin. Readers now have another financial incentive to buy and read Wealth Virtues.

Anyone can be wealthy. You don't need to be a Bill Gates or a Warren Buffet to be wealthy. You don't even need a six-figure income to be wealthy. The book Wealth Virtues by James Ward starts with the simple definition of wealth as "the ability to…


Posted on January 25, 2012 at 2:56pm

Women, Money, and Virtues: The New American Revolution

As a father of three wonderful, strong, intelligent daughters, the husband of a fiscally savvy woman, and the brother of a woman who started a multi-million dollar business from nothing, I can honestly say that I was influenced dramatically in the writing of WEALTH VIRTUES by seeing what my sister did, benefiting from what my wife does, and hoping for what my daughters will achieve. To that end, I also find it necessary to see why it is more important now more than ever to live in…


Posted on October 21, 2010 at 7:30am

Finally, A New Book Provides a Realistic Path to Individual Wealth

The Newly Released WEALTH VIRTUES by James Ward, uses the widsom of Benjamin Franklin to provide the path for the realistic achievement of wealth.

The word “wealth” is almost always viewed as the ability to live like a king. In WEALTH VIRTUES, wealth is simply the goal of acquiring more money than you spend, and to save more than you owe. The path set forth in WEALTH VIRTUES towards this goal is embodied in the Cycle of Positive Wealth…


Posted on September 6, 2010 at 7:07am

Wealth Virtues - A Literary Critique

Though the release for Wealth Virtues by James Ward of Poor Richard Web Press, LLC will not be until the summer of 2010, the publication copy has been critiqued by Deborah Young and is presented below.

Poor Richard Web Press, LLC is also the creator of, a free press release service for authors and…


Posted on April 12, 2010 at 7:00am

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At 11:05am on March 30, 2010, Kate L gave BiblioScribe a gift
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Thank you for the information I will be utlizing this service in the near future.
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At 3:13pm on October 21, 2008, Faye said…
I'm a freelance writer, editor and book-writing coach.

Author's biggest concern is marketing. How can we support each other's biz? Let's talk!

At 3:19pm on August 6, 2008, BiblioScribe said…

Each submittal is reviewed by a human (prevents spammers). Your will be up this evening ( 6 August)
At 12:17pm on August 6, 2008, John E. Smethers, Ph.D. said…
I registered and submitted a press release on your site, but I don't know what to do next. How do I see what happened to it or if you even got it. There's no 'contact' option or view option, or anything explaining what to do next. John
At 10:13pm on May 1, 2008, C.F. Jackson said…
Hi Biblio Scribe,

Yes! Thank you for the adding me
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I updated my profile on last week. Can
you see those updates?

Continue to have an awesome weekend!

Won't Be Denied,
C.F. Jackson

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Hi Biblio Scribe,
Just popping in to say “Hi” and see what you have been up to lately!
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