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September 2010 Blog Posts (209)

Enter to win a Kobo ereader at my Cherish the Romance Virtual Book Tour

On Day 4 of my 15 day, 115+ blogs tour, you'll learn about Cherish D'Angelo, writer, marketer and dreamer.

Enter to win more great prizes. If you comment on ANY blog stop post with your email address, you're guaranteed… Continue

Added by Cheryl Kaye Tardif on September 30, 2010 at 10:09pm — No Comments

Land of Mountains - Jinx Schwartz, Author

‘Yep, that first year in Haiti was a ring-tailed tooter. I’d learned a new language, met a zombie, survived polio and malaria, and nearly started a revolution. I couldn’t wait for 1954.’

Elizabeth Ann, called Lizbuthann by most, is originally from…

Added by Martha A. Cheves on September 30, 2010 at 5:16pm — No Comments

An Intriguing Novel of Mystery, Romance and the Power of Voodoo

Author, Francine Craft has forged new paths in romantic fiction with her new novel, Dying on the Edge: A Romantic Voodoo Mystery, by touching on subjects such as voodoo (Francine spells it Voudou, as it's spelled by Alfred Metraux, a Swiss anthropologist who wrote 'Voodoo In Haiti'). Although set in a city that could be New York, the crux of the novel comes from the potent and magical land of Voodoo - Haiti.

Frank Ryman is the detective in Dying on…


Added by Sarah Garris on September 30, 2010 at 4:30pm — No Comments

The Clockwork Man William Jablonsky

I think I got more than I bargained for here in The Clockwork Man. I usually enjoy novels that have things blow up, wise cracking detectives, international tales of intrigue, secret agents saving the world

from the next newest megalomaniac. Here I get to read about a guy made of clock

parts and he brings upon me some serious introspective questions, making me

examine things I don’t wish to think about or knew I needed to ponder. Go

figure. This is…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 30, 2010 at 3:21pm — No Comments

Marks Wetherby`s New Website. Lets take on the Publishers!

OK folks i`ve been busy . Take a look at my new website next week, in particular the "Let`s take on the Publishers section." Not taking anything away from this great site, do join mine also at, become a member and make a difference. Thank you.

Added by mark wetherby on September 30, 2010 at 8:34am — No Comments

Three Are Even Better by Shon Hyneman

“Authors - get your own page-turning book-previewing book widget at and share your book-extract on over 60 networks such as Facebook, Digg… Continue

Added by Vikram Narayan on September 30, 2010 at 8:00am — No Comments

New book review for The Usurper

“A cold-blooded, Clancy-esque political thriller; The Usurper is sure to entertain.”

As decades of meticulous scheming and planning finally come together, the

KGB, an under-appreciated threat, takes the final steps towards the

ultimate coup. The terrorist faction exploits idealistic volunteers to

do some of the dirty work and…


Added by Cliff Ball on September 29, 2010 at 4:36pm — No Comments

Guest Post Julian Adorney

Being Original

By: Julian Adorney

We’ve all read them. Stories with solid characters and a fast plot and vivid descriptions, but nothing to make them unique. Stories that we finish reading with the vague

sense that we’ve read the exact same story a hundred times before.…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 29, 2010 at 12:46pm — No Comments

Forget the Agent

One of the best pieces of advice I've received in my quest to get published is to "Dish the Agent". I made a list of about 45 publishers, large and small, and got about a 40% response, inviting me to send sample pages. Of those, half a dozen asked for my manuscript. The upshot was two offers of a contract! Those are pretty good numbers.

My historical novel THE CORYDON SNOW - a WWII novel about the Merchant Marine - will be published in November.

Earlier attempts to find an agent were… Continue

Added by Richard Whitten Barnes on September 29, 2010 at 8:22am — No Comments

Guest Post Marvin Lindberg

Ponzied Guest Post

One of the joys in writing fiction is the development of a character that can carry the writer through the entire story. Sometimes that character isn’t

even there at the start of the novel. He

isn’t even there at the original outline of…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 29, 2010 at 5:54am — No Comments

Authors & Books Wanted

The Authors Page is looking for authors that want to share their book covers, book description and add a link to their authors site to share their authors sites. Simply become a blog author and you will gain access to write and publish content post at The Authors Page where you can market your books to our readers.

Added by CBM Christian Book Marketing on September 29, 2010 at 1:55am — No Comments

Top 20 novel releases before Christmas

20 Big Time Novel Releases Before Christmas

Far be it from me to be thinking about the big jolly man in the suit already, but there seems to be a crush of novels coming everybody’s way starting last week. Yes, last week. Stuart Woods has Santa Fe Edge and John Sandford dropped Bad Blood. There are many more novels being released than the 20 I am

listing but I just wanted to highlight the…


Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 28, 2010 at 2:18pm — No Comments

Don’t Miss the Exciting Changes at the SFC: Families Matter Blog

SFC Blog: Families Matter

a trademark of Stories for Children Publishing, LLC



CONTACT: Brock Fisher

Marketing Manager, Stories for Children Magazine


For Immediate Release

Don’t Miss the Exciting Changes at the SFC: Families Matter… Continue

Added by VS Grenier on September 28, 2010 at 10:34am — No Comments


Soon to be unleashed upon the world, Glastonbury is coming ever closer...

Now, a little more about the story

Glastonbury – A modern…


Added by Brian L Porter on September 28, 2010 at 7:17am — No Comments

Guest Post Kathryn Shay

Dear Gelati’s Scoop,

Thanks so much for allowing me to blog on your site. Let me say what a cool name you have. I’ve eaten terrific scoops of your namesake in Italy,

the best in Rome.



Added by Giovanni Gelati on September 28, 2010 at 6:10am — No Comments

Launching a book; God bless her and all who read her!

Oh the joys of organising a book launch. It's not as difficult or politically fraught as organising a wedding, say, but it's not without hassles. I'm in the process of organsing the launch of my second novel, and I'm liaising with my local libraries, and the art gallery. The library is being refurbished, so that's out as a venue. However, they are interested in helping me, and have approached the local art gallery. All good. But then I found out tht the curator's assistant has pencilled in…


Added by Simone Clare Bailey on September 28, 2010 at 4:51am — No Comments

NEVER SEEN BEFORE! Little Prodigy certified to teach Yoga at only 10 years old - watch her on TV!

“Ten-Year-Old Accomplished Artist Partaking in International Yoga Teacher Certification Course Taught by Fred Busch at Miami Yogashala”

In an effort to bring the benefits of Yoga to youth, Amandine Love Lerner, a 10-year-old local artist, is among the new class of students at the Yoga Alliance Teacher’s Training Certification course offered by renowned Yogi, Fred Busch.
Miami, FL (September 27, 2010) – The benefits of Yoga have been widely documented…

Added by Alessandrina Lerner on September 27, 2010 at 5:10pm — No Comments

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