Authors, Entrepreneurs, and other Creative Individuals Pursuing Their Dreams
I'd like to pose a question to all self published authors about publishing. The question I pose is what would you sacrifice as an author if approached by a Small Press start up Publisher who wished to do things differently than the mainstream does at the current time. This is not a self publisher. I pose these questions because I was actually shown a contract similar to this by an author friend of mine.
1: Would you sacrifice all rights to your book for two years while…
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The Preditors & Editors Readers Polls close at midnight, GMT on the 26th January, so there are just two days left to add your votes. If any of my friends and readers haven't yet voted, and may feel kindly disposed to do so, please may I ask if you'd support my two nominations by visiting the links to the individual voting pages, below, and adding your votes, for which I would be extremely grateful.
Glastonbury has been nominated for Best Mystery Novel and…Continue
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When thinking of book marketing, there are a number of rungs on the marketing ladder. The first involves creating a quality product, in this case a book. You want a book that you’ll be proud to offer for sale, and a book that customers will want to buy.
Once you have a finished product/book, you need to move onto the promotion basics. This rung on the ladder involves establishing a presence - you’ll need to create visibility and a platform. To do this, the first step is to…Continue
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Avalon Travel Publishing has launched the 9th edition of Moon Fiji, the original travel guide to the 322-island Fiji archipelago. Since 1985, Moon Fiji has been the leading travel guidebook to Fiji. Author David Stanley has been writing about the South Pacific since 1979, and over the years tens…Continue
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Ecumenicalism is the promotion of unity and cooperation between distinct religious groups and denominations in Christianity and in the larger sense the unity among all
religions worldwide. Jesus modeled this by associating with all people and
castes. He shows us unity by showing us the silent witness inside…
Last Sunday, that is on January 16 an excursion was organised by my school for all the teachers. The excursion was to a place called Taki. After a three hour long bus ride, we reached the lovely village situated on the banks of the river Ichamati. Green paddy fields greeted our eyes. Giant size marigolds, sunflowers and roses were a treat for the eyes. After a quick breakfast, we headed for the river to take a ride in the country boats.
The golden rays of the…Continue
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The following is based upon, and paraphrased from a blog by Amanda Fazani of Blogger Buster and printed on Blogging Tips.
By writing and offering ebooks for free distribution, you offer potential buyers a great incentive to visit your site(s) and buy other books you offer. What’s more, ebooks have the potential to…Continue
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India is a country with a rich culture and heritage. People from all over the world come to this amazing land for enchantment and enlightenment. India is a land of saints and monks, festivals and celebrations. Throughout the year there are scores of festivals and carnivals. Birthdays of religious leaders and monks are also celebrated with great pomp.
January 12th - the birthday of Swami Vivekananda is celebrated all over the country. Religious seminars and discourses are…Continue
Many children’s authors or book writers in other genresrealize that making money writing books may not be what many envision it to be.So, if as a writer you want to make money to either supplement your income orearn an income, you might think about other writing paths in addition toauthoring books.
One such path is freelance writing.
According to Wikipedia, “the Bureau of…Continue
Added by Karen Cioffi on January 12, 2011 at 11:50am — No Comments
I'm delighted that two of my novels have received nominations in this year's Preditors & Editors Readers Poll and I would like to ask if all my friends and readers could take a couple of minutes to vote for my nominations? Glastonbury has been nominated for Best Mystery Novel and Requiem for the Ripper is in the Best Thriller section.
To vote please visit…Continue
Thank you to Bobbie Crawford McCoy of Nurture Your Book for the following Crestmont review. Find Nuture Your Book at https://www.nurtureyourbooks.com/?p=3560
When Gracie Antes finds herself in an improper embrace with her future brother-in-law, she decides that she must distance herself from the situation; in her…Continue
Added by Holly Weiss on January 11, 2011 at 8:30am — No Comments
Some Find Healing Under the Mercy Trees
Inspired by an incident in her husband’s family, debut author Heather Newton explores human regret, broken relationships and loss of family communication in…Continue
available on Amazon-Jack with a disability incurred on a mission as a Navy Seal returns to civilian life. He accepts a job as an associate detective. In his new career he encounters a moral dilemma. This dilemma creates a story that is intriguing and fascinating. He meets a woman also with a disability. Their union results in an action pack adventure with strong character development and twisting plots which involves the law enforcement community and the criminals they hunt. The disabilities…Continue
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The scientist thinks about a problem and concentrates to solve it. He looks at the outward signs and says he has solved the problem and has done a great or good thing. The inward significance is that the concentration has opened his mind to a greater field of receptivity. In his contemplation he has complete reliance upon natural law, an unqualified trust in it, and this directs his mind to other channels that bring everything into focus. This is true prayer. These men have entered the…Continue