- 1.John Kremer on Marketing Books
- 3.Brown Eyed Girl
For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
Sometimes your website goes down and you realize this fact only after a visitor, friend, colleague, etc. notifies you. Now you can have one website monitored 24/7 fr*ee of charge with the SiteUpTime.com service.
Multiple monitoring servers…Continue
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The most effective strategy that I've used to date to promote myself online, establish my expertise, and develop a following has been to write at least one quality "how to" article weekly and get that submitted to online article banks and directories. I love writing these "how to" articles in a tips format, i.e. 7 Secrets to...or 5 Strategies to Help You...or How You Can Do (something) in 6 Easy Steps. Why? Because people browse the Internet for fr*ee…Continue
Added by Donna Gunter on November 29, 2007 at 8:00am — No Comments
The mobsters had no doubt chuckled at the FBI’s embarrassment over the “cookie caper.” But that incident didn’t end the investigations; it only caused a change in investigative strategy. Eventually, Las Vegas’ Strawman case agent Lynn Ferrin got to have that last laugh.…Continue
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For my last Tour date I'll be at:
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I am doing something new for me! I am changing my newsletter starting on Jan 2008 and will be having author interviews in them! I already have one for the Jan issue but there are 12 months in a year so I will be needing more for my monthly newsletters. If you would like to be included in one of the newsletters, just go to my site and answer the questions and email them to me. Here's the link!
http://www.writing.argrosjean.com Go to the…Continue
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We are all connected. We're connected by past, present and future, by nature, spirit and energy, by hopes and dreams, by fate and faith, by love and light...and caring.
And yesterday, I was reminded again that this world we live in may seem unbelievably large--infinite even--and yet, the smallest of actions can set into motion something that spreads across land and sea, from one country to another, from one heart to another.
It all started with a wish list I saw…Continue
Added by Cheryl Kaye Tardif on November 28, 2007 at 8:01pm — No Comments
I'm back from vacation and am fairly well rested and rejuvenated. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooperate, as we were met with cold, rainy weather instead of the sunny, dry weather I'd hoped for. The ocean view was nice, however, despite the wind and rain, and Eric and I even discussed the possibility of moving to a coastal community sometime in the future (in Eric's words, "When you're rich as Oprah.") Guess…Continue
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I stopped to re-think my values, re-organize my priorities, and re-evaluate my…Continue
Added by Janet Perez Eckles on November 28, 2007 at 11:31am — No Comments
Pump Up Your Book Promotion has a full slate of talented authors in November from all over the genre spectrum. Check out these blogs to find more information on the titles you’ll be hearing about this month. The authors usually stop by to answer questions, so feel free to ask away. Remember, each author is giving away a free copy of his/her book to a lucky commenter along his/her virtual book tour. So have fun…Continue
Added by Cheryl C. Malandrinos on November 28, 2007 at 6:15am — No Comments
Looking forward to chatting with you today at:
You Don't Know Jack! -…Continue
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Hi, and welcome to my first blog post. My name is Jean Hackensmith, and I am the co-author (along with Kathe Birch) of "The Ultimate Passage," Book 4 in The "Passage" Time Travel Romance Saga. If you like to read time travel romance, then this series is definitely for you. The book takes place in 14th century Scotland, at the time of Robert the Bruce, William Wallace and King Edward. It is filled with tons of action, adventure and romance--a feat in itself considering that the hero comes…Continue
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Check out the new authors who have taken advantage of the BiblioSCribe.com free press release service for this past week. Get your free BiblioScribe membership and get your book noticed!
"The 10 People Who Suck" Set For Official Book Release
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Consider the picture of Jesus cleaning out the temple. He did it twice; Once at the very beginning of his ministry (John 2: 15-17) and again at the end. (Mark 11: 15-17) Both times he showed anger, spoke with authority,
and single-handedly drove out everyone who used the house of God for personal
These were the only times Jesus showed anger. He wasn't…Continue
Come to The Book Connection to check out my interview with funny lady and author, Christee Gabour Atwood. Christee talks about her new book, "Three Feet Under: Journal of a Mid-life Crisis."
You'll find out how she came up with the idea for this fabulous book, get some advice from Christee, and hear all about the rubber chicken.Continue
Added by Cheryl C. Malandrinos on November 27, 2007 at 6:11pm — No Comments
Okay - so here's a couple of things I want to just kind of get out of the way. First, I'm going to offer my book, The Path: A Series on Redemption & Sensual Awakening, for sale one last time before Christmas. If you order between now and December 15th, I can guarantee delivery before Christmas.
If you would like a signed and inscribed copy of this book to give as…
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