I loved this book! Now that I’ve got that out there, let me tell you why. Wounded Spirits by April Gardner is compelling, well written, fast paced, entertaining, informative without becoming expository, has interesting well-developed characters, and from an historical perspective, delves into an area of ‘forbidden love’ that is uncommon in this genre. Have I missed anything?
Set in the Southeastern US during the early 1800s, we are dumped smack into the middle…Continue
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While most of us already know the book promotion basics, there are also a number of other avenues you can take to broaden your book promotion reach and make your promotional efforts more effective. Here is a list of 20 strategies you can use to promote to a wider range of potential customers.
1. Make use of your website’s opt-in box. Provide a weekly or monthly newsletter that offers information your reader/subscriber will value. Along with the information, you can offer your…Continue
Added by Karen Cioffi on February 17, 2012 at 9:33pm — No Comments
I was a cheerleader in high school for our senior football team and I loved it! Getting out early for the Friday afternoon games; pumping up the fans along the sidelines; screaming out the cheers; and doing cartwheels out into the field when we scored. It was great to be a part of it all especially knowing we were making a difference to team morale and fan support. I’ve recently acquired a cheerleader for my team – my team of me. Always supportive and…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on February 17, 2012 at 5:08pm — No Comments
The submission period for the third issue of THE PATH is now open. Please refer to the submission guidelines at www.thepathmagazine.com when developing your manuscript. The deadline for submissions is April 30,…Continue
Added by Mary J Nickum on February 16, 2012 at 5:53pm — No Comments
Navigating the Maelstrom
They say beauty is in the eye of the beholder. That makes sense because what is seen as beautiful through one set of eyes may look totally different through another. My mother loved the color green. Anything green was beautiful to her. My favorite color growing up was orange. Mom and I sometimes had very different ideas of what looked attractive. Then in college I discovered the beauty of blue…Continue
Added by Carl Jenks on February 11, 2012 at 2:08pm — No Comments
With Valentine’s Day soon here, thoughts naturally turn to love. If unattached, you may be dismayed by the whole brouhaha that is this day with its focus on romantic love and couples. Despair not! Self-love and care is just as important and needs as much attention as its more famous sister. Go ahead and pamper yourself on this day. Loving yourself is the first big step to bringing out the best in you. And don’t be surprised if you start noticing some admirers…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on February 11, 2012 at 8:37am — No Comments
Deaths seemed to be in abundance in this tangle of mystery and foreign intrigue, but like a spider web with fingers going out in a myriad of ways would the crimes ever be solved? These pages are woven with lies, deception, poison of such magnitude they are guaranteed to keep you spellbound throughout,…Continue
Added by Pattimari Sheets on February 6, 2012 at 6:11pm — No Comments
Some of us may not have heard of these terms: lightworkers, reincarnated angels or star-seeds. The latter is brand-new for me as I was prompted to google the term and find a whole society of people who believe they are not actually of this earth but are here nevertheless to fulfill their unique, selfless purpose. I am fascinated by the fact that many people seek to find and know themselves, and their relationship to this world.…Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on February 4, 2012 at 7:30am — No Comments
Now available on ipad/touch! Pages have an optional “Paint Me” feature for children to finger paint & create their own custom version of the book. Additional features: Professional voice over that reads to you/children. Click this link…Continue
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Nil Dariar Prem the Life of Strangers in the Kingdom of Lord?
Foreign Bilingual’s Author Abdul Haye Amin his beautiful new Bangla collection of poetry that remain of forgotten history of European Country Portugal, first man to write in Bangla touches millions of heart on sundry themes—And magically amuse and inspire the readers.…Continue
Added by Abdul Haye Amin on February 2, 2012 at 5:49am — No Comments
Today I was talking to another writer friend of mine. We had got talking about our readers opinions and how they can affect an overall project. Brutal honesty is what we had decided to call the topic of coversation and it had me thinking a bit about my lastest book, A Maiden's Hell.
I was adopted out at a young and had also known about it from a young age as well. So when I finally met my Biological Mother in '06 I was searching for a topic to write about, that where…Continue
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