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Hello, I wonder if I might find some friends here who know anything about using an itunes radio podcast for book promotion. I had an excellent 45-minute radio interview with Rabbi Reuven Bulka, a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Joan H. Young Sep 16, 2012.
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Kathleen's Cariole Ride is the perfect book to upload for your summer vacation. The cover pic is of warbride Kathleen Kell sitting on a special ancient toboggan (called a nubougidan by Aboriginals in Alaska and a cariole by French Canadian missionaries). Cree children are hitching a ride behind. Here are two sample reviews from Amazon customers and, honestly, I didn't bribe anyone to get them:
1. "It is a beautiful love story, quick read and meaningful pictures that…Continue
Posted on August 7, 2012 at 10:00am
The biggest challenge an author faces is how to be a seller. By starting close to home, I found it was an unexpected amount of fun.
I wrote my memoir A Book of Kells in 2003 to get my life together in a broad perspective that would interest all people of all time. If I had any talent it was with a pen.
My parents had left behind tantalizing remnants of…
Posted on July 8, 2012 at 11:04am
It can happen to depressive persons in this climate in June, when the days get hot and muggy. A police lieutenant told me that's when the suicide rate rises.
The first sign I was sinking into gloom came two weeks after I'd soared through a free promotion for my Kindle book, giving away 4500 copies in three days and reaching the top 100 ranking. Then a new review on my amazon site hit me, claiming the book format was unreadable and deserved only two stars.
My nerves became…Continue
Posted on June 19, 2012 at 7:27am
Here's a book written by a man who has learned to be open and articulate about his emotions. He leads us down into mind-numbing machine-gun duty in Afghanistan, then back up his unique, inspired journey to sanity and bliss.
I discovered Bryan Wood 's book, Unspoken Abandonment, as a Memorial Day promo but it has a powerful core of good advice for Fathers' Day or any time celebrating human relationships.…Continue
Posted on June 2, 2012 at 8:30pm