Monthly Archives: October 2012

Halloween, Ghosts and The Cant-o-lantern

It’s that time of year, for Halloween, ghosts and the cant-o-lantern…the what?  Yes, some of my readers are familiar with the cant-o-lantern because I wrote about it on my old blog.  I thought it would be fun to revisit the … Continue reading

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Indie Authors, John Locke and Book Reviews

How many of you indie authors have heard of John Locke, a fellow indie author, not the character on Lost? Probably a bunch of you.  He’s the guy who was the first to sell a million books on Amazon and … Continue reading

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Facebook For Authors – Getting Likes For Your Page

As I continue my series on Facebook For Authors, it’s time to discuss getting likes for your page.  It may seem trivial, but this is the whole reason for your fan page.  The more likes you get on your page, … Continue reading

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The Best of Film Noir – The Lady From Shanghai

This week the Best of Film Noir features The Lady From Shanghai, a 1947 film featuring Rita Hayworth, Everett Sloan and Orson Welles (who also directed the film).  In some ways, The Lady From Shanghai is a hard movie to … Continue reading

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