For mystery and murder read this: www.melange-books.com/authors/joannemyers/MMF.html
If its true crime you’re into:…Continue
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The more time I spend reading, writing, volunteering at the library, and exploring what I want to do with my life, the more I’ve learned that what I read and who I read about has influenced who I am and who I want to be. While I love Dickens, Steinbeck, Fitzgerald, and Shakespeare, my…Continue
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One of the hardest parts of "finding" your audience is actually connecting with it. You might know who it is, but you also might not be able to find a way to make them find you.
Advertising is one way, but that can be expensive.
It is interesting how many freebie book sites are online right now, and even a few review sites where you can submit your book to be reviewed - by an average reader. As frustrating if not terrifying as this can be, it is actually a good exercise.…Continue
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Posted Thought for the Day, a quote from the Prologue of 'La rosa profunda' by Jorge Luis Borges:
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For the romantic in you, try this contemporary romance:
If its an Egyptian mythology thriller you want, this is it:…Continue
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A childrens e-book about a Jack Russell who discovers that his fear of change holds many suprises for him – a fun story for kids to learn about how life changes can become a happy experience. Since Boulette is an American dog who ‘became’ French, the…Continue
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If Steampunk is your thing, read this:…Continue
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Posted Monday Muse collection of quotes on poetry from Mary Szybist, Mary Oliver, Linda Gregerson, Jane Hirshfield, Andrew O'Hagan, Carl Phillips, Dawn Potter, and Paul Muldoon:
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Posted Monday Muse review of Dawn Potter's 'A Poet's Sourcebook':
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#REVIEW #READ #ROMANCE #FICTION #YOUNGADULT #WOMENFICTION #NONFICTION
I am the Marketing Director for WDA Publishing and we are in need of reviewers for our books.
All Books are available in PDF. If interested please inbox me.
Bella’s Choice KINDLE:
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We are ladies who write. And it would be logical to suppose we read a lot too. Reading a book, we do not usually think about a personality of its author, about his/her motivation to write that book, about his/her habits that helped them finish that writing masterpiece...
After finishing the book, we start analyzing it. And what a big surprize it can become for us when we learn more facts about its writer and realize it was his/her... weird or even awkward habit that helped them…
Added by Lesley J. Vos on February 10, 2015 at 3:07am — No Comments
No matter what stage you are in your writing career, there are always things to learn. Here are a list of books to guide you in your writing education.
Full post at:
Added by Dee Connell on February 7, 2015 at 11:57am — No Comments
For mystery and danger w/giveawayContinue
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Hello fellow members, if anyone is getting together a blog hop for authors I would like to be included. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Added by JoAnne Myers on February 4, 2015 at 12:54pm — No Comments
dal libro “Just a Theory”
di Annie Wood
“Hai mai avuto un déjà vu? "
«Me l'hai appena chiesto."
“E’ un po' come una commedia metafisica." Il professore ride.
Martin non riesce a trovare l’ironia in questo momento, e lancia uno sguardo severo al professore.…
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Imagine the thrill of that first published book: your name on the cover, your words filling each page. Who needs a major publisher to promote and distribute when you are brimming with enthusiasm and have put aside a small sum for travel expenses? My novel, The Bone Weaver, semi-self-published by a small indie press, was going to sell; I would make that happen. And there would be bookstore readings and signings, flashbulbs (we're talking 2001, so no cell phone shots) and fans lining…Continue
I’m scrawling the graffiti of shame across the walls of my past. Slashes of red cover me as I bleed onto the page as Hemingway directs us to; my face glows bright as I reveal intimate details of childhood sexual abuse hidden deep inside for decades. Because it’s time.
Time for me to share. Time for me to know. Time to talk about it.
This is part two of a two-part report on recent art book festivals I attended in Berlin. To read part one, click here.
Report on Friends with Books: Art Book Fair Berlin 2014
On 13/14 December, Friends with Books hosted Art Book Fair Berlin 2014, a “festival for…Continue
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