Natalie Yoder, author of the One Minute Mysteries series, didn’t know as a little girl that adding a little mystery into her life would turn her into a published author before she was even out of middle school. Now…
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Dear Diary,I am really disgusted with Facebook. Last week (while I posting adverts for Bangles up on the feeds of several of the hundred book lovers’ groups that I belong to) Facebook blocked my postings. They blocked me until August 5; and for…See More
In the past few weeks I've read several Internet posts by authors who have given away books. Their freebies didn't spark sales. Several social media websites recommend giving away eBooks, but I don't know whether they spark sales either.Then there's…See More