If you click below you can read my first review for : " Visions Of Freedom "
Added by Joseph Frank Baraba on November 30, 2009 at 6:55pm —
Sell me your books. I want to buy your books.
I normally read
well-known authors but many are now too formulaic.
I want to know
who you are...maybe read a complete bio, get to know who you are.
I want to see
I want to read
excerpts...digitized versions would be great.
I want to hear
audio excerpts, too...really get into the book.
I want to read your blogs.
You do blog,… Continue
Added by Gene Cartwright on November 30, 2009 at 8:00am —
REPULSION THRUST is on sale at Amazon now (just in time for Black Friday)! The book is less than $10 and makes a wonderful gift for poetry lovers, scientists, futurists, literary folk, and anyone who enjoys a bit of uniquely framed introspection. The beautiful cover is by NSW artist Scott Jackson, and I'd love to send you an autographed bookplate, customised to suit your recipient. Drop by:… Continue
Added by Magdalena Ball on November 29, 2009 at 5:43pm —
Our scientists have developed powerful and sophisticated devices to examine the outer world and the inner world of the atom. They have confirmed that it is a vibrating living expanse of energy, moving and in harmony with a greater universe. They have found that all entities living and nonliving are vibrating and are an integral and important part of this external creation. They have also found that these different parts are serving the whole, just as the legs, hands, fingers and ears are meant… Continue
Added by John Kuykendall on November 27, 2009 at 11:01am —
My blogs may be a bit off the topic, but I believe that these issues are very important. I use literature as my method of delivery. It is not creative writing and does not fall under the catagory of being true literature, but more as a case study. I am hoping to learn more of how to write from my friends at iFOGO. My work does have a small targeted audience and I would like to increase that by implementing talent.
When I read the blogs from my friends at iFogo, I see professional… Continue
Added by Patrick J Schnerch on November 25, 2009 at 3:34am —
“The City of Gardens Collection” is a ten year case study of Victoria, BC, Canada. It takes Victoria’s social workings and displays them as an example. Although a small city, this series will capture ten years of successes and challenges it faced trying to contain homelessness and its contributing factors such as mental illness and addiction.
Even though it is a small city, it still has big city problems. Geographically, the problems are worse than other cities like Toronto or… Continue
Added by Patrick J Schnerch on November 25, 2009 at 3:15am —
Added by Charles Lightwalker on November 23, 2009 at 8:57pm —
Writing tip on AllBooks blogs at: http://lnk.ms/4GsV7
Added by Robert Medak on November 23, 2009 at 5:15pm —
Rules for Christmas Shopping
With the days before Christmas rapidly dwindling, there are some out there who not only already have every single perfect gift bought – but gaily wrapped and snuggled under the before now vibrantly decorated sparkling tree. Their thoughtful planning has every reservation made, every guest list filled with no one forgotten, every detail immortalized, every schedule scheduled and every event memorized, every greeting card ready to mail …
Who are these… Continue
Added by Jim Whitaker on November 23, 2009 at 5:06pm —
Many people today view science and religion as two radically different ways to understand the world, but religion and science strengthen each other’s belief because they are both concerned with what is true. They were not meant to live alone in isolation, divorced from each other so tear down the barricades that divide them because faith and reason are meant to live happily together. Reason does not destroy faith, but fulfills it so we can use our intelligence as a path to spiritual awareness… Continue
Added by John Kuykendall on November 21, 2009 at 12:00pm —
In search of traditional Hawaiian healing venues I circumnavigated the Big Island sampling lomi-lomi, and other forms of massage along the way. What better way to rejuvenate body and mind than in the knowing hands of masters and restorative waters of Hawai’i. If you follow in my footsteps, I promise you won’t be sorry.
Healing Hawaiian Holiday featured article in Real Travel Adventures Nov. 15 issue
Home page… Continue
Added by Linda Ballou on November 20, 2009 at 10:22am —
CH. 3 BACK TO TOPEKA
The killer of The Unholy Priest returned home, he lived in Topeka, Kansas, he checked in at work. Captain Russell Brock saw Larry arrive. Larry was hard to miss. He was six foot five, lanky build, good looking, and had silvery brown hair that gave him a look of a distinguished judge or successful business CEO. Captain Brock made a snide remark, “there’s that lazy detective whose case load is off the charts.”
“No problem, I’m gonna retire soon.”
Added by Ronald Feasel on November 20, 2009 at 7:37am —
Genre: Special Interest
Title: City of Gardens: The Other Side of the Fence
Author: Patrick J. Schnerch
Society cannot give up on people for what they did in the past; it is what they do today that counts.
The statistics are staggering. It is a societal disease that many choose to ignore until a face-to-face encounter with the sad reality. The numbers have no face, no personality; the numbers are just that, numbers. There is Ray, who was raised by a… Continue
Added by Patrick J Schnerch on November 19, 2009 at 9:31pm —
Welcome to the third edition of The City of Gardens Collection. As feared, 2010 has economically crippled British Columbia, yet the 2010 Winter Olympic Games went forward despite the fact that we have people dying on our streets. The mentally ill, addicted and homeless were viciously terrorized by the decisions of a few.
City of Gardens: Victoria’s Dirty Little Secret documents one of the darkest years in Victoria history. Housing crisis, economic chaos and social… Continue
Added by Patrick J Schnerch on November 18, 2009 at 6:15pm —
This is the third book in 'The City of Gardens Collection'
. It will be released in March 2012. Victoria's secret will be revealed to the world theatre when the 2010 Winter Olympic Games come to Vancouver. This book will monitor and doccument the reaction to the social rot on this city's streets. It is obvious that Vancouver and Victoria are not prepared to host a world sports event.
Victoria's Dirty Little Secret will doccument this monumental time of our history whether it… Continue
Added by Patrick J Schnerch on November 18, 2009 at 4:55pm —
Added by Peter Klein on November 18, 2009 at 12:10pm —
Ravenwolf Publishing releases three books in the rapidly becoming popular E-Book format..
Author and publisher Pete Klein says, "Amazon with its Kindle e-book reader has made e-books respectable, affordable, portable and popular, and it is only logical and natural to respond to their lead. This is why I have made my books available in the e-book format at both Amazon and my own web page."
Pete Klein, author of the… Continue
Added by Peter Klein on November 18, 2009 at 11:57am —
Here comes One OOWEE Under GOD
, with personal and dramatic POETRY
(A LIFE IN NO SPECIFIC ORDER & A LIFE GETTING IN SPECIFIC ORDER), gripping and venting SHORT STORIES
(PEACE, BE STILL) and a blazing novel
titled The Spices In Life; it's becoming soooooooooooo amazing.
Why are so many people needing to be un-exceptable. Why do they reach out to me in such a forceful manner. Do I appear to relinquish my RIGHTS as an achiever… Continue
Added by Kim Wilson on November 17, 2009 at 2:24pm —
Are Authors Your Targeted Buyers?
Social networks are great for socializing but should they be an author's principal venue for trying to sell books? What is your experience?
Consider those networks principally populated by authors. Some are extremely useful for providing resources, sharing ideas, experiences, obtaining inspiration, finding writing tools, and creating mutually beneficial relationships. However, taken alone, these networks should not be an author's sole or… Continue
Added by Jane Austen Dickey on November 17, 2009 at 4:30am —
There are many things that bring a character to life. One is an adequate description of the person and another is emotion. Let’s begin with the description of characters. We need to see the character with our mind’s eye, if possible. For example, Melinda’s description of her father gives you a feel, not only of his physical appearance, but also of his deeper inner self. Read the description of her father and see if you can feel his presence and what he is like deep down inside.
Added by Linda Weaver Clarke on November 16, 2009 at 6:31pm —