Monthly Archives: July 2011

Contest and Free Books – Shouting It Out Like Dr. Seuss!

Remember watching How The Grinch Stole Christmas by Dr. Seuss?  I loved the part where the Whos in Who-ville shouted out the news about Christmas with their trumpets and who-instruments, they were joyful and merry.  Well, I’m merry about a … Continue reading

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Joe Konrath’s Tips on Writing

I do not subscribe to Joe Konrath’s blog, but I do occasionally check out his site, and over the years I have gleaned a great deal of information about the publishing world from him.  Yesterday a great friend and author, … Continue reading

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John Locke, Lawrence Block, and the Future of Publishing

I just read Lawrence Block’s blog about John Locke. If you haven’t read it, click here: http://lawrenceblock.wordpress.com/2011/07/14/a-tip-of-the-hat-to-john-locke-and-a-wink-to-russell-blake/. I was struck by a few things (besides the sarcasm): Name Dropping In case you haven’t read John Locke’s book on marketing ebooks … Continue reading

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Nephilim Review

This is not my normal genre but the title caught my attention. As soon as I saw it I recalled the Nephilim from my long ago Sunday School classes. I downloaded the sample, read three pages, and then purchased the … Continue reading

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