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Okay, so I am working on this new process of joining forces with other authors. We can interview each other on Twitter. Today, at around 11:00A Pacific time at, I'll be interviewing one of our BNM members, Eliza Earsman.

If you want to try this process, try to write out a script that you can copy and paste as a Tweet. Of course you can improvise responses too. Here is an example of the script I will be using:

#1. Please introduce yourself to our friends on Twitter:

I am the author of The Eby Way. Have a Masters in Social Work; 40 years of professional experience; Retired from the VA as a social worker.

#2. Will you tell us a little about your book?

The Eby Way, is a self-help guide to overcoming past dark secrets so we can achieve our goals today. You can also learn four simple steps to a more positive life.

#3. Why did you write it?

Year after year books are published promising happiness, joy, prosperity, love, and health. They just don’t tell us how to do it.

Oh, yes, they tell us to think positive or forget about the past. They offer us chants and “powers” and even “secrets”.

Here’s the real secret…as long as your heart or mind or body remembers that negative incident from how ever long ago, your ability to change will not be at hand.

Unlike these other books, I will show you how to stop the negative so you can truly gather the positive.

#4. Why should people buy it?

You can use my emotional healing process to overcome any negative issue or barrier in your life. It is fully field tested to facilitate change on all levels.

#5. Are free samples of your work available?

Please watch The Eby Way video here and check out some free samples of my work:

So friends, if want to join me in this new promotion venture, just comment here or put a message on my BMN profile.

Peace and Light: Gary Eby, MSW and author of The Eby Way.

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Comment by Aggie Villanueva on May 17, 2010 at 11:10am
Hi Gary. Are you still doing the twitter interviews? Soon I'll be working to set up various interviews for authors through my soon-to-be-opening VAJ Buzz Club.

if you can send me an email address to reach you, I'd love to send submissions of many great authors your way for consideration of an interview. You can send it to

Thankx so much. Have the best day ever.
Comment by Gary Eby on December 1, 2009 at 3:06pm
Hey friends, Stephanie Frank has decided to do a Twitter interview with me this Friday at 9:00A, Pacific time. Please tune in:
Comment by Gary Eby on November 30, 2009 at 8:35pm
So, who is interested in having a Twitter interview with me? Here is a summary of the one with Eliza Earsman:

Thank you Gary for requesting this interview.

My author name is Eliza Earsman. I was born and raised in the southern lowlands of Scotland. I like clean air and decent people. I am a member of literary communities and have traveled internationally.

Experience has brought me into close contact with most of those named in Days of Elijah (Revised and Expanded): A True Story. See

These brutally honest published works have done much to raise international awareness about Freemasonry. The high-profile works include an affiliated Collection of Verse – nonfiction, 108 pages.

The books:

Britain's UGLE (United Grand Lodge of England) Mountbatten-Windsor Royal family/ their familiar spirits/inner-circle Scottish Ritual Freemasons, try to silence this author! Details emerge of their World War III agenda.

Days of Elijah (Revised and Expanded): A True Story is a war document. Details lodged with Institute of War Documentation, Holland. Security analysis verified.

For personal, national, and international reasons, these works must go public.

Gift buying: Days of Elijah (Revised and Expanded): A True Story, and A Collection of Verse, available through

Buy together/DISCOUNTED via (free USA/military postage + gift wrap available).

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