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I am happy to say that my flyers finally arrived for my promotional mailing yesterday. They came out better than I hoped—very cute! But then I also had an amazing designer, Jill Ronsley, create them. Now I have 10,000 flyers sitting in boxes in my living room which I need to ship out ASAP. I’ll post a picture of the flyer on my flickr page: (…Continue
Added by Amber T. Kingston on October 31, 2007 at 11:05pm — No Comments
My publisher, Synerge Books just put up the link for pre-ordering my novel, Jen-Zen and the One Shoe Diaries. I'm so excited about this. We're trying to get some pre-orders lined up as it's a small press and small run printing. Here's
for pre-ordering. This is the paperback version of the book and will be
available in December. The ebook…
Added by Julie Ann Shapiro on October 31, 2007 at 9:32pm — No Comments
For the last twenty years, I've written for various aspects of the Christian market for more than 50 print magazines and more than 60 books with traditional publishers. I took that experience and wrote Writing For The Christian Market. I hope you will check it out.…Continue
Added by Terry Whalin on October 31, 2007 at 8:59pm — No Comments
I'm being interviewed by Melissa Alvarez on BlogTalk Radio this Friday, November 2, between 11:15 AM and 11:45 AM to discuss my debut novel, THE DOWRY BRIDE. This book is set in India and tells the story of one young woman trapped in India's dowry system and her escape and extraordinary journey to freedom and hope. Here is the link to hear the interview.…Continue
Added by Shobhan Bantwal on October 31, 2007 at 7:03pm — No Comments
Got your mask on?
Halloween has never been a meaningful event for me. In Bolivia, my native country, there was no such thing. But in my efforts to embrace the American culture, I joined the tradition. My three little boys dashed out wearing their ugly masks, hunting for candy from house to house.…Continue
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Added by Ronda Callahan on October 31, 2007 at 7:55am — No Comments
Excerpted from The Battle for Las Vegas – The Law vs. the Mob
In addition to loansharking, Tony Spilotro had other money-producing irons in the…Continue
Added by Dennis N. Griffin on October 31, 2007 at 6:00am — No Comments
Our Halloween trick-or-treat customs actually descended from a belief that the family dead would bring gifts or so called goodies to the children upon their temporary return from the other side. If you stop to think about that, it makes quite a bit of sense. Gifts, food and sweets are still a standard method today when it comes to attracting our children to other holidays such as, Christmas and Easter.
Our celebration of Halloween rituals are relics of the pagan, or what was known as…Continue
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My new book on leadership is up on Amazon. The book image hasn’t appear yet, but things are moving in the right direction. I would appreciate you visiting Amazon and “tagging” the product. This involves you identifying the product for search engines – words like…Continue
Added by Raymond E. Foster on October 30, 2007 at 4:52pm — No Comments
My debut novel, THE DOWRY BRIDE (Kensington Books), is set in India and tells the story of one young woman trapped in India's arranged marriage and dowry system and her escape and extraordinary journey to freedom and hope. I hope some of you of who like literature from Asia, especially with a controversial subject, will read my book. My publisher designed a beautiful cover for it with an Indian bride in all her finery. THE DOWRY BRIDE is available at all major nationwide…Continue
Here is some of my book...Soon to be a movie people...............
Title: Never Ignore The Dead.
Author: Tina Rhodes-Gilling
Dedication: I dedicate this to all the people who have seen ghost in their life, and had to live in fear that they might be back. I know how it feels to fear something cause I have. I was the only one who felt what I felt. I still fear, but I pray.
One day Joseph heard a noise in his closet while…
Added by Tina Rhodes on October 30, 2007 at 5:24am — No Comments
to find out more about young adult author Diane Wolfe, and political analyst and author Earl Hutchinson. Diane's latest installment of her The Circle of Friends series, "Book IV: Mike" is now available, and Earl chats about immigration and how it impacts black and Latino relations from his new book, "The Latino Challenge to Black America."
Get connected at The Book Connection today!…Continue
Added by Cheryl C. Malandrinos on October 29, 2007 at 10:21pm — No Comments
October 28, 2007 (San Dimas, CA) Police-Writers.com is a website that lists nearly 800 state and local police officers who have written books. The website added three police officers from California…Continue
Added by Raymond E. Foster on October 29, 2007 at 2:17pm — No Comments
Well, today I sent off the very last of my Advance Review Copies to those interested in reviewing my book. I wish I had printed more but so far the responses have been positive so I suppose it is okay that I only printed the amount that I did. The actual book should be here in a month’s time anyway, so that is good news.…Continue
Added by Amber T. Kingston on October 29, 2007 at 12:37pm — No Comments
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Tony and Lefty had superiors back in Chicago they had to answer to. The two big bosses at that time were Tony Accardo and Joe Aiuppa.
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