- 1.John Kremer on Marketing Books
- 3.Brown Eyed Girl
For book/ebook authors, publishers, & self-publishers
Professional national book publicist Charlie…Continue
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Here comes 2011 as we say good-bye to 2010.
As a author, what are your goals for 2011 and what have your learned as a author in 2010?
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Which is the superior species - dog or cat?
To help you decide read the 'Dog and Cat Diaries' at;
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Well, with Christmas over, I finally got to sit down and finish reading Robert's novel. With working on possible book covers, I was pressed for time and was only able to read specific sections of the book in order to gain ideas for the cover art. I finally finished reading it.
Robert has crafted an inspiring story of how two brothers can suffer the same past, but end up following two separate life paths. The spiritual quality of this story is marvelous. As I read various chapters of…
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Amulet is a really good YA graphic novel. I am jumping into the story a little late with book three, but so what, this is just fun. I want to get all the info out of the way first that way we can just discuss the
graphic novel and enjoy ourselves.
“In the third installment of the thrilling Amulet series, Emily, Navin, and their crew of resistance fighters charter an airship and set off in search of Cielis, a mythical city believed to be located…Continue
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The greatest success in life is not measured by fame or wealth but rather by the state of happiness and contentment you experience throughout life's ups and downs. And so a most accurate instrument of measure when it comes to success is the number of times you smile a day...
And since smiling is free and effortless and reaching, that state of 'well' being is within everybody's reach...
All you need is to discover the fountain of eternal youth, the one that will have you…Continue
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I know it isn’t Saturday, and yes I am happy to admit that The Sanibel Slouch by A.J. Pompano is the first read on my new Kindle. Am I trying to brag? No, I am fortunate to have received it as a gift from my children. What I am trying to do is bring this blog and my reading habits up to speed. I had plenty of doubts about whether I was going to enjoy using this device to read. I mean to not hold a book in my hands and enjoy it. I have to say it was a win-win for me as I got…Continue
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Lorilyn shares her testimony, faith, talks about her book Children of Dreams, her family's appearance on Animal Planet's "Monsters Inside Me," adoption, parenting, and more.
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I think I got this one right; it is Wednesday. Earlier today we had a guest post by Travis Hiltz on some graphic novel history (we usually reserve that for Friday) and tomorrow I am putting up a digital short story
post we usually pop in on Saturday. Go figure, short week and another awesome
holiday, Happy New Year to everyone; I hope you enjoy your festivities.
Okay business aside let’s get into Prelude to a Scandal by…Continue
Added by Giovanni Gelati on December 29, 2010 at 3:17pm — No Comments
Hi, my name's Karl Larew. I'm a semi-retired history professor at Towson University, specializing in military history and philosophy of history. I have six novels on Amazon.com/Kindle; one of them is also on Barnes and Noble (Nook) and Smashwords. I'm talking about "Candles in the Window," a psychological study of the sex/love lives of a bunch of college students at the University of Connecticut in the 1950s. Feeling the generation gap, they form an artificial family for mutual…Continue
The Belgian magazine RandKrant has published a full page on me and my horror book The Strangers Outside. It features an exclusive photoshoot in the ruinous military bunkers where the film adaptation took place, so check it out: http://vanessa-morgan.blogspot.com/2010/12/randkrant-talks-about-strangers-outside.html…Continue
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Devil Dinosaur Omnibus
Quick history lesson: Jack Kirby (hallowed be thy name!) was one of the men who helped to create Marvel Comics. From 1960 until early 1970 he wrote and drew hundreds of Marvel’s most well
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I am not a big vampire guy and really don’t read that much of the genre. My saying anything about this being a typical vampire novel would be incorrect and impolite. What this novel is though, is just plain flat out
fun and a very good read. The Radleys try to be the every neighbor, the middle
of the road couple, the average family, but they are anything but that; they
are abstaining vampires. Fun, frivolity, family soap opera, fast paced action
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When you've got time to curl up on the sofa and remain uninterrupted for awhile, pick up Kris Sedersten's new book, Mojo - a mystery-thriller with mind-griping paranormal overtones. In "good versus evil" thrillers, Mojo is one that you won't want to put down until you turn that very last page - and you might discover that you've been holding your breath for awhile.
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This is the first book I've read from Donita K. Paul and what an introduction! She's made it to my safe-for-my-kids list ~ NOT an easy feat! (I'm a very picky mother that takes an interest in what my…
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Book Review - Demon: A Memoir by Tosca Lee
For me, it’s hard to find compelling Christian fiction that can hold my interest. I became a fan of Tosca Lee when I met her about a year ago at a writer’s meeting and purchased a copy of Havah: The Story of Eve.
Havah opened my eyes to how beautifully Christian fiction could be written
without coming off preachy. In the same lines of Ted Dekker, Tosca knows how to
write compelling fiction…
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