Encouraging athletes to work hard and expressing how much you (parents) appreciate it when they do work hard is important. Not every athlete can be successful but letting kids know that they are winners because of their high degree of effort is what’s important. Reminding athletes that they can not… Continue
Added by Jack Perconte on May 17, 2010 at 2:15pm —
Mom’s Story; A Child Learns About MS tells the story of a young girl who sees her mother with some frightening health problems and learns she has MS but she will not die from it. This book is a compassionate, accessible and easy to understand account of symptoms, search for… Continue
Added by Mary J Nickum on May 17, 2010 at 12:50pm —
Enthusiasm, a novel based on the author’s own true story won Pinnacle Book Achievement Award for Spring 2010Coatesville, PA, May 16, 2010
has announced the winners of the 2010 Pinnacle Book Achievement… Continue
Added by Fida Abbott on May 17, 2010 at 7:12am —
Divorce Can Lead to Better Things.
Added by LEO AVERBACH on May 17, 2010 at 7:00am —
As a writer/presenter I feel a certain urgency to get things done. Though "You're Special Wherever You Are" is published, this is only the first step: marketing it is the other big chunk and you know what? In the great scheme of things, it's not my children's book that I'm promoting but myself. And I hear Sally Field saying, "You like me. You really like me!" How we all want to be accepted for who we are and what we create. I'm… Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on May 16, 2010 at 3:01pm —
Memoirs From the Asylum is now available so I have to ratchet up the PR. Any ideas how to let people know? I do have a smashing trailer. Here is the link to it on YouTube. Please take a look and maybe pass it along. Since you're into marketing, let me mention this was done by Book Candy Studios.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WGyl0JMTEJ4
Added by Kenneth Weene on May 14, 2010 at 11:15am —
“Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Continue
This quote captured…
Added by Fida Abbott on May 12, 2010 at 5:08pm —
“Asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God would come, He replied to them by saying, ‘The Kingdom of God does not come with signs to be observed or with visible display, nor will people say, “’”Look! Here [it is]! or, See, [… Continue
Added by Carl Jenks on May 10, 2010 at 3:23pm —
Read a little bit more about Gretchen Rubin today. Essentially, she spent a year amassing all the material she could about being happy, and put it into her book, "The Happiness Project". The book has since become a bestseller. We all hear that we "should be happy" just like we should be "thinner" or "richer" or "smarter". I guess the real question is, "How do we get to be all these things?" Well, I'm working on the "how" to be happy right now, and I'll be sharing it with you… Continue
Added by Kita Szpak on May 9, 2010 at 3:11pm —
You are a Creator
What would the world have lost if you had not been born?
What will… Continue
Added by Gerald Chirino on May 7, 2010 at 4:45am —
This is a No-Nonsense Educational guide on why you should not settle for a mediocre life or become part of a community which Gerald calls “Collective Stupidity” created by Spiritual Unawareness and Worldly Conditioning. Gerald’s ability to come out of Poverty to become an International Choreographer,Convention Presenter,Competition Coach, Entrepreneur and Author definitely qualifies him to speak about “Excellence” and to write this amazing book. His exceptional… Continue
Added by Gerald Chirino on May 6, 2010 at 6:49pm —
My interview on The Children Authors Show is again being broadcast. Go to TheChildrenAuthorsShow.com.
Added by Kita Szpak on May 5, 2010 at 10:59pm —
It seems to be my week for interviews! Please check out my interview on WhoHub.
Added by Victoria Howard on May 5, 2010 at 11:04am —
Romantic Suspense author of Three Weeks Last Spring, Victoria Howard. Don’t miss this interview with a fascinating British author with a sharp point of view.… Continue
Added by Victoria Howard on May 3, 2010 at 9:59am —
Remember when you were a kid and did something for the very first time? Like tying your shoes (before the days of velcro), riding a bike, climbing to the top of the tree, spending the night over at a friend's house...You felt so good and happy. You know what? I felt that way again when I finished my very first marathon last weekend. Just like a kid again. Go ahead and be a kid again. I double dare ya.
Added by Kita Szpak on April 30, 2010 at 10:53pm —
I'm off to California tomorrow to run the Big Sur Marathon on Sunday. Right now I am pumped, excited and a bit nervous as this is the first time I am running this distance. No cramming for a test like this; my months of training should hold me up and get me over the finish line. Going the distance is really a state of mind over matter - no matter what the challenge. Are you ready to go the distance? I am.
Added by Kita Szpak on April 23, 2010 at 12:00am —
I've found if something is coming to you easily and you're moving along with the flow instead of trying to control the outcome, then you're "in the moment". Time stands still and all else is forgotten as you float delightfully and effortlessly in your activity, in your situation, in yourself. If you string all these moments together then what you have is your purpose in life - wonderful, isn't it?
Added by Kita Szpak on April 17, 2010 at 6:45pm —
Added by Brenda Farrar-Ejemai on April 16, 2010 at 5:13pm —
Carolyn's The Frugal Book Promoter was a tremendous help to my nascent marketing attempts. Following her tips and suggestions, I was able to sell through the first edition of FLYING BOATS & SPIES. My publisher is trilled and they have gone to press with the 2d edition. OnStage Publications has also provided a copy of Carolyn's book to each of their authors. This is must have book for the… Continue
Added by Jamie Dodson on April 15, 2010 at 10:26am —
….. Essie knew something was really wrong. Margaret’s niceness soon faded and her true intentions surfaced the day Essie went to pick up Elizabeth, now 4 months later. Graduation was over. Per their agreement, she would get Elizabeth back. Before Essie could reach the door, Margaret and John came out onto the porch. Margaret told Essie she was going to raise Elizabeth and she had no choice but to accept it. She was not giving her back. Essie tried to push through them to get to her… Continue
Added by Lisa Young on April 14, 2010 at 10:48am —